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CUNY-wide WW courses are ready to share!

The CUNY OER WeBWorK Fellows are pleased to share the following WeBWorK courses:

  1. Calculus I (aligned with Openstax)
  2. Calculus III (2 courses available, one aligned with Openstax and the other with Larson Calculus)
  3. College Algebra and Trigonometry (aligned with Openstax)
  4. Precalculus (aligned with Openstax)
  5. Introductory Statistics with Probability (aligned with Openstax)

If you would like any of the above courses, .tgz files are available. Please contact Marianna Bonanome ( or Andrew Parker (

Visit their site for more information and to learn about WeBWorK courses and LibreTexts currently under development.

TWP Tea Time #2 Recording Available + WW Office Hours, Volunteers Needed!!

Many thanks to all who attended Tea Time #2! We had a fruitful discussion. The recording of the session can be found here.

TWP would like to start offering office hours so community members could get help with coding problems, maintaining the software and using the platform. If you have WW expertise, please consider volunteering to cover some of the office hours. Here is the sign up link.

Some links shared during the discussion:……

WeBWork at JMM 2021

The WeBWorK Project will have a virtual exhibit as part of the MAA exhibit booth at the Joint Mathematics Meetings. Please stop by to see us. The following zoom sessions are part of our exhibit, but we’ll also have asynchronous discussions and posts.
Wed Jan 6, noon-1:00pm* WeBWorK Problem Authoring Session
Thurs Jan 7, noon-1:00pm Introduction to WeBWorK
Thurs Jan 8, 6:00-7:00pm WeBWorK Symposium (BYOB) – meet up with the WeBWorK community
Fri Jan 9, noon-1:00pm WeBWorK Q&A and Show-and-Tell
*(times listed are mountain)

Share your favorite WeBWorK problems/features and ask your questions in one of the zoom sessions or asynchronously through this slack channel.

Join us on Nov. 4-5, 2020 for a Final Exams Conference

Join us as we come together as a community to discuss assessment. Sessions will include

  • Lessons learned from Spring 2020
  • Basic problem authoring
  • Writing solver-resistant problems
  • Exam creation and controlled randomization
  • Stress testing and contingency planning
  • Assessment best practices from ASU and SNHU
  • Short talks on various topics related to finals and assessment
  • Community discussion on future directions