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== Related WeBWorK support sites ==
== Related WeBWorK support sites ==
* homepage for The WeBWorK Project: https://openwebwork.org
* wiki: https://webwork.maa.org/wiki
* wiki: https://webwork.maa.org/wiki
* demo and overview site: https://demo.webwork.rochester.edu/public
* demo and overview site: https://openwebwork.net or https://demo.webwork.rochester.edu/public
* bugzilla: https://bugs.webwork.maa.org
* bugzilla: https://bugs.webwork.maa.org
* request tracker: https://rt.webwork.maa.org
* request tracker: https://rt.webwork.maa.org
* forums (moodle): https://webwork.maa.org/forums
* forums (moodle): https://webwork.maa.org/forums
* blog aggregator (planet): https://webwork.maa.org/planet
* blog aggregator (planet): https://webwork.maa.org/planet
* github: https://github.com/openwebwork webwork2, pg and webwork-open-problem-library are the principal repos.
* github: https://github.com/openwebwork webwork2, pg and webwork-open-problem-library are the principal repos.
== Support ==
== Support ==

Revision as of 13:46, 6 May 2022

WeBWorK Documentation Wiki

Request Wiki Account
To join the Wiki request a Wiki account. Once your account is approved, you can contribute to the wiki and participate in the forums. If you haven't logged into the wiki in a while you may have to reset your password before you can use the forums.

This wiki is for instructors using WeBWorK on-line homework in their courses and for those working on the development of WeBWorK. Students using WeBWorK for their homework should not register on this site (unless they wish to help with writing development software). There is however some additional documentation for students. The course instructor can give students the URL for their WeBWorK course. Usually this is a path to a server on their campus.

What is WeBWorK?

Example of a WeBWork Problem

WeBWorK is a well-tested homework system for delivering individualized problems over the web. By providing students with immediate feedback as to the correctness of their answers, students can be encouraged to make multiple attempts until they succeed. With individualized problem sets, students can work together but will have to enter their own work to receive credit.

The instructors are provided with real-time statistics, resulting in lesson plans that can be customized to better serve students. As of June 2020 there were more than 1300 institutions using WeBWorK and the Open Problem library now has over 35,000 curated and indexed exercises. The majority of the institutions using this homework system are located in the USA, but many are located in Canada and Mexico, as well as in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

A Gallery of Courses
Model and sample courses using WeBWorK Assignments
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Introduction to WeBWorK
An article and video summarizing many of the key features and benefits of WeBWorK.
WeBWorK Sites
Map of known WeBWorK Sites

Open Collaborators

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Platform for the construction, customization, and dissemination of open educational resources (OER) with some WeBWorK utlization.
An uncomplicated XML vocabulary for textbooks that can integrate WeBWorK problems.
"Democratizing textbooks for the 21st century." An open source platform for interactive textbooks. WeBWorK hosting is available. (website)

Other Collaborators

A modern, hosted, NSF-supported, WeBWorK-compatible homework system trusted by 300+ institutions. (website)
Provides a WeBWorK-compatible homework system with a modern interface. Hosting and consulting is available


Sponsor WeBWorK development through Github
Subscribe [[1]] to provide periodic WeBWorK support
A Community of Users
Forums, events, users, etc.
Getting started with WeBWorK
downloading, installing, cloud hosting,etc.
Resources for teachers
Want to write some problems?
Contribute to WeBWorK
Join this open source community
Support pages for students using WeBWork

Related WeBWorK support sites


WeBWorK is partially supported by the DUE Division of NSF.