|one course, different assignments, dates, etc.||topic started 7/13/2005; 5:31:15 PM
last post 7/13/2005; 5:46:16 PM
|Michael Gage - Re: one course, different assignments, dates, etc.
7/13/2005; 5:46:16 PM (reads: 817, responses: 0)
best method in your case is to have one course for each instructor.
e.g. calc1a, calc1b, etc. or use the instructors' last names to
differentiate the calculus courses. |
You can construct each course in such a way that it has a link to a common library: e.g. on our hosted.webwork.rochester.edu all courses have a link
courseName/templates/rochesterLibrary ----> /webwork/rochester_problib
This way each instructor can choose problems from a common library. (you can have more than one library.) If they want to modify one of the library problems they can make a local copy in their courseName/templates directory and then modify that.