Many of us have probably created/curated problem sets keyed to the textbooks we're using. Is there a way to contribute these to a repository? For example, I have problem sets created for many sections of Larson's Calculus ETF (covering Calc I, II, and III). These are not new problems that I've authored. Rather, I've pulled these from the OPL and arranged them into problem sets corresponding to the textbook sections, with problems progressing by difficulty or in order of how the material is presented.
I'd be thrilled to share these, and save hours for instructors using the same textbooks. Similarly, as I prepare sets for new courses (this Fall, it'll be Lay's Linear Algebra), it would be great to have someone's sets as a starting point.
Do we have some way of sharing these collections of .def files? If not, perhaps this is something we could start? I guess I could just upload them to the OPL, but they'd get buried and the next instructor to come along wouldn't have an easy way of locating them, since the problems I've selected are almost never tagged with my textbook name.