Open online homework systems

A showcase presentation for #OTESSA21

Month: May 2021

Opening a discussion about online homework in the physical sciences

When I first started working on my “open online homework” project in 2007, I wasn’t aware that I was doing anything that could have interest to others; I wasn’t even aware that I was engaging in open educational practices. I was just frustrated that WebAssign seemed to have the market cornered on online physics and […]

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Original proposal

The presence of online homework systems to support courses in mathematics, physics and chemistry has become ubiquitous over the course of recent decades (Bonham et al., 2001; Ziemer, 2004; Allain and Williams, 2006); the promise that these systems claim is the ease of assessment of student performance for the instructor in exchange for at least equivalent student learning. […]

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