Several colleges are currently using Edfinity for various WeBWorK courses with success. An oversimplified way to think of Edfinity is as an alternative to MAA hosting. I'll be teaching a basic algebra course in the spring using Edfinity, even though I manage my own school's WW server. I want to see the other features of Edfinity first hand.
Faculty are invited to pilot Edfinity starting any time now through spring/summer 2019 at no cost. Thereafter, it is anticipated (contingent on NSF funding) that a limited pilot will always be free.
More information about Edfinity's relationship to WeBWorK is at Edfinity
, and a partial list of courses using OPL and other WeBWorK problems is listed in the catalog
. If you don't see what you are looking for and/or wish to import your own, that's easily done. Please contact me or Bob (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Shivram (email@example.com). Also happy to do a quick demo if anyone is interested.
edfinity is an NSF-supported, fully hosted homework and assessment system that seamlessly supports WeBWorK, and an NSF Small Business Innovation Research award winner.
Highlights: Choose from over 250 complete WeBWorK courses. Create new ones from the OPL and other contributed problems. Import your own. Mix and match with any OER/textbook. Built-in student analytics and reporting. Share and collaborate.