WebAssign Free Math Content

Posted by Ashlynn Houk

With mid-terms currently upon us and finals right around the corner, now is a great time to check out some of WebAssign's free resources that you can use to help prepare your students for exams. You can add any or all of these teaching tools to your math course simply by selecting from a checklist under “Free Additional Content” when you create a new course, or by contacting us today. 

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Best Practices of Digital Inking for Student Engagement

Posted by Annie McQuaid

Michael Lafreniere, a long-time WebAssign user and math professor, recently presented at the EdMedia 2016 Conference in Vancouver, BC. He showcased his research on ways to improve mathematical proficiency through computer-mediated communication which led him  to develop a set of best practices involving digital inking to engage students. Read on to learn more on this topic and read his full paper on findings and results.

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Using Real World Examples to Increase Student Engagement

Posted by Ashlynn Houk

We love our innovative faculty users! This week we are spotlighting Solomon Willis, mathematics instructor and Mathematics, Health, and Physical Education Department Chair at Cleveland Community College in Shelby, NC. Read more to learn how Solomon engages his students using real world examples and data.

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Calculus Preparatory Lab

Posted by Ashlynn Houk

Instructor Spotlight: Dr. Sharon Vestal

We love featuring the innovative work of our outstanding faculty users here at WebAssign. This week we are spotlighting Dr. Sharon Vestal. We are currently offering her Calculus Preparatory Lab to WebAssign users. We invite WebAssign users to try these labs this fall as a free trial in your current course. Contact us to start your free trial today!

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Using Sports to Make Math Fun

Posted by Ashlynn Houk

As part of the WebAssign Sabbatical Program, Dr. Anne Triplett, a professor of mathematics at the University of Mount Union, has written a collection of sports-themed math questions in WebAssign. At the heart of her sabbatical project is getting students, who are generally not interested in mathematics, involved by using sports to make math fun. These questions are meant to teach basic skills in statistics and hopefully provide students with more relevant content to increase engagement.

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