WeBWorK is an open source Perl-based system for delivering individualized homework problems over the web. By providing students with immediate feedback as to the correctness of their answers, students are encouraged to make multiple attempts until they succeed. By individualizing problems, cheating is discouraged. By providing instructors with real-time statistics, lesson plans can be customized to better serve students. WeBWorK is partially supported by the DUE Division of NSF. (See: Grants, awards, and support.)
Part 1 Information for StudentsThe most general Page for Students contains a list of all topics relevant for students. Some special pages are listed below.
|Students||Logging into WeBWorK||Mathematical notation recognized by WeBWorK||Completing homework online|
Part 2 Information for InstructorsThe most general Page for Instructors contains a list of all topics relevant for instructors. These pages outline how to use WeBWorK on a day to day basis. Some special pages are listed below.
|Getting started||Homework Sets||Classlists||Gateway Tests and Quizzes|
|Course Management||Scoring||Sending Email||Course_Management|
Part 3 Information for AdministratorsThe Administrator's Page contains a list of all topics relevant for administrators. Topics covered include installing, upgrading, and maintaining WeBWorK installations. Some special pages are listed below.
|Getting started||Installation Manual for 2.4||Upgrading WeBWorK||Course Administration|
|Advanced||LDAP Authentication||Installing WeBWorK from a Live DVD||Installing WeBWorK on Live USB|
In case of problems consult Troubleshooting page.
Part 3 Information for Authors and DevelopersThe Authors page contains documents and examples on writing homework questions in WeBWorK's PG language.
The Developers page contains information for developers.
|Authors||Problem Authoring Background Information||SubjectAreaTemplates||Tagging Problems|
|Developers||Coding Standards||Setting up a Development Server|
For samples, objects and techniques consult: