The WeBWorK Project is a large volunteer community that supports the WeBWorK open source software. Members of The WeBWorK Project contribute new questions and features to WeBWorK, curate the open problem library, respond to help requests on the forum, and communicate WeBWorK advancements and research at conferences and in university settings.The TWP was formed in 2018 to oversee the continued development of WeBWorK and to seek new partners, collaborators and sponsors. TWP affirms and supports the development, promotion, and use of open source software and open resources in general, and seeks collaborations and supportive relationships with other open source projects and commercial and other ventures that support and honor the goals of open source software.
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WeBWorK is an open-source online homework system for STEM courses. WeBWorK is supported by the MAA and the NSF and comes with a Open Problem Library (OPL) of over 35,000 homework problems. WeBWorK has been developed and maintained by mathematicians since 1994 always with the goal of providing the mathematical community with the most robust, flexible, and mathematically capable online homework system possible. WeBWorK is open-source and freely available for download. There is no cost to departments or institutions who wish to host their own WeBWorK server, and the WeBWorK community has always provided prompt technical and pedagogical support through active and friendly discussion forums and mailing lists.
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