At IUB, what is WeBWorK, and how do I access it?
At Indiana University Bloomington, WeBWorK is an online method of delivering homework problems that gives you instant feedback about your answers.
A key educational benefit of this system is that you get feedback while the problem is still fresh in your mind. You can then correct mistakes, review relevant material before attacking the problem again, or seek help from your friends, teaching associate, or instructor.
WeBWorK is currently used in the math courses D116, D117, A118, M118, M119, M211, and M212. You can access WeBWorK by logging into Oncourse, navigating to your course, and clicking the course tools link. To find out if your class will be using WeBWorK, contact your course instructor.
Note: To access WeBWorK, UITS recommends that you use Firefox; WeBWorK will not function correctly in Internet Explorer or Safari.
For more information about WeBWorK, see At IUB, how do I get help with WeBWorK?
Last modified on March 01, 2013.