Just as you would with a textbook, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the WeBWorK problems you’re going to assign before you assign them.
There are several ways to keep track of your students’ progress in WeBWorK, we’ll talk about them in this post.
Managing due dates and assigning problem sets are some of the most frequent actions for a WeBWorK professor. This post will guide you through the necessary steps for assigning existing problem sets, and managing their due dates.
So, you’ve already added the students from blackboard into your WeBWorK course – but during the first couple weeks of class, there are students who add and drop. How do we deal with these minor changes? It will be much easier to add students manually, rather than going through the process of creating a new spreadsheet, uploading it and importing it like we did originally.
So, you’ve got your password and email address set. Now it’s time to set up the course for your students.
In order to populate your course with the students who are enrolled, and the easiest way is to download your roster from MyInfo. If you use BlackBoard or CUNYFirst, you will not get all the student information that we require. Note: CUNY MyInfo will require your PORTAL login credentials, not your CUNYFirst login. Continue reading Step 2: Adding Students (Classlist Method)