|New versions of problem sets in WW2
|topic started 8/25/2004; 1:30:55 PM
last post 8/25/2004; 3:30:42 PM
|John Jones - Re: New versions of problem sets in WW2
8/25/2004; 3:30:42 PM (reads: 1073, responses: 0)
no. I have cooked up something similar in our installation for other
reasons, so I think it would be reasonable to incorporate this feature
into webwork. The feature would be to modify set information for
several students at once. The information you could modify would be the
stuff which applies to the class as a whole, but changes would override
the individual values for those students. We would use this to override
the due dates at once for students in a particular section, but the
same feature would work for what you want.
If you follow the process you describe above, you loose the scoring information on those students from the first time around. If you don't want to do that, or as a work-around, you could clone the set to a new name ("setWhatever-corrections"), and assign it to just the students you want. Then the global due dates for the new copy of the set will apply to just those to whom it is assigned.
You should be able to clone a set in a couple of ways.