Ongoing lectures on advanced topics are offered at the bi-weekly Math Meetings. All are welcome. This semester’s offerings are coordinated by Profs. Fang, Hu, and Lejmi. For the location and schedule please see: SCHEDULE OF BCC MATH TALKS.
Talks at the Research Seminar are given by BCC department faculty members and guest speakers from other institutions. The seminar usually meets on Tuesdays from 12:05-1:00 pm in CP 305. Everyone is welcome to attend.
WeBWorK Instructions for Faculty
- If you would like to use Webwork for a course, please email Betsy Rosalen the course name, section, and your OSSES roster in excel.
- Join the BCC Faculty WeBWorK Google Group
- If you find bugs in Webwork Homework please report them:
- Two introductory tutorials on using WeBWorK as an instructor can be found at MAA Webwork site: http://webwork.maa.org/documentation.html
- How to reserve a computer lab: Send a written request to Albania Nicasio at email@example.com. Or to reserve the Math Department’s lab in ME 328 contact Betsy Rosalen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Here is a playlist of general Webwork Tutorial Youtube videos from GVSU Math: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4FD4DA7DCDC3B3A5
- Professor Novak made a YouTube video about how to set up MTH 5 Sample Final Exam: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=155-ZwZqOQY
- A Webwork Problem Authoring Tutorial: http://webwork.maa.org/w/images/a/ab/WeBWorK_Problem_Authoring_Tutorial.pdf
- Here are tutorials and hints for instructors using Webwork from UW Stout: http://webwork.uwstout.edu/home/tutorialshints/index.html
- Creating a homework set from scratch
- Importing homework set(s) from set-definition file, set***.def
- Exporting homework set(s) to a set-definition file
- Downloading multiple files from WeBWorK course
- Copying homework sets from one WeBWorK course into another
- Extending due date on one or more assignments for one student
- Marking a problem ‘correct’ for entire class (if the problem is misbehaving)
- Manually grading a problem for a student
- Changing the random seed a problem uses for a particular student
- Changing the point worth of a problem in an assignment
- Changing the number of allowed student attempts on a problem in an assignment
- There are some useful tips from UC Davis webwork site: http://webwork.math.ucdavis.edu/wiki/doku.php?id=tips_past_instructors