I know that there are some physics problems ported from CAPA (http://webwork.maa.org/wiki/CAPA_Physics_Problems) into webwork, but I was wondering if anyone knows of any school that is/was developing any 'newer' physics problems for webwork.
-- Alex Basyrov
I am VERY interested in creating some additional physics problems over the summer. I was planning on trying to produce problems that would be appropriate for an algebra-based physics class, and maybe some that would be useful for high-school physics classes. I had hoped to barter creating these problems for an extension of the free trial account I have now. My plan was to take the scripts for some of the CAPA problems and use them as a template to generate new problems.
I came across this thread in my desperate search for Physics and Chemistry problem sets for WebWork. I can see two courses hosted on MAA WebWork website, both of which are you work.
both licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
I would really love to have problems for both courses, Physics and Chemistry. May I kindly ask you to share them by e-mail with me, please?
The Physics Department at Brock University is working on placing all of the OpenStax College Physics problems on WeBWorK. We have already programmed all of the problems, and are now doing a final check before we upload them to the Open Problem Library. We expect to be able to upload them by this summer (August 2018) at the latest.
-- Santo D'Agostino