WeBWorK is a web-based interactive system designed to make homework in mathematics and the sciences more effective and efficient.
Forums Documentation wiki Download software from github.com Databases Using WeBWorK Assessment Accessibility
This site is a place for users and administrators to collaborate and exchange expertise about the WeBWorK system. Anyone can read and search existing discussions, but to post a question or comment you must register. To do so, click the login link in the upper right corner. The registration process takes only a few moments.
Using WeBWorK contains forums, databases and links to documentation.
The documentation wiki contains tutorials and manuals for instructors managing a WeBWorK course, authors writing WeBWorK questions, and administrators managing a WeBWorK site.
A beginning tutorial on managing a course is available in PDF format.
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Also: News and a calendar of events are in the right margin.
WeBWorK Discussion Groups
As a reference and historical record, we have copied all the discussions from the original WeBWorK discussion group to this new site. You can not post additions to these archived discussions. If you want to comment on an archived discussion, please copy the relevant discussion and post it as a new discussion and then add your comments.
WeBWorK is partially supported by the DUE Division of NSF.
and received the 1999 Award for
Excellence and Innovation with the Use of Technology in Collegiate Mathematics
International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics
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