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WeBWorK events at Jan 2008 JMM in San Diego

WeBWorK events at Jan 2008 JMM in San Diego

by Michael Gage -
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There will be several presentations on WeBWorK during the Joint Mathematics Meetings in January 2008 in San Diego, CA

Mon Jan 7, 2pm -- 4pm

MAA Poster Session on Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education (2pm to 4pm)

  • WeBWorK, a Web-based Interactive Homework System.
    Michael Gage*, University of Rochester
    Arnold Pizer, University of Rochester
    Vicki Roth, University of Rochester

  • A Comprehensive WeBWorK Problem Library.
    Jeff Holt, University of Virginia
    John Jones, Arizona State University
    William Ziemer, California State University, LongBeach

  • Appropriately Using WeBWorK, WebAssign and Maple in Calculus I and II.
    Bryan Dorner*, Pacific Lutheran University
    Daniel Heath, Pacific Lutheran University
    Jessica Sklar, Pacific Lutheran University
    Jeffrey Stuart, Pacific Lutheran University

Tue Jan 8 8:40am

MAA Session on Innovative and Effective Ways to Teach Linear Algebra, II

8:40am Using WeBWorK in linear algebra labs.
Karen Clark*, The College of New Jersey
Thomas Hagedorn, The College of New Jersey

Tue Jan 8 1:00 p.m.-2:20 p.m.

MAA Special Presentation: A quick introduction to WebWork, a web-based interactive homework system.

Michael E. Gage, University of Rochester
Arnold K. Pizer, University of Rochester
Vicki Roth, University of Rochester

Followed by

The annual WeBWorK symposium

Tue Jan 8: 5:15 ---> 7:30pm at an eating house to be determined

The WeBWorK Symposium, where we gather to eat, drink and discuss WeBWorK will be somewhere in the Gaslamp Quarter 5:30 to 7:30...or later. Hope you can come, friends are welcome.

We will post a notice in this news group and on the message board at the JMM meeting once we have found a suitable location.

and then another presentation

Wed Jan 9 2:30pm

MAA General Contributed Paper Session, X

2:30pm WeBWorK to stimulate reading: computational versus conceptual problems.
George R. Exner*, Bucknell University
Mary D Shepherd, Northwest Missouri State University