Ticketed event: $17.00
This hands-on workshop will cover how to both use existing problems and develop new problems for WeBWorK. WeBWorK is an open online homework system, which was developed for math and is increasingly being used for engineering courses. Facilitated by instructors who are developing problems and using WeBWorK in their courses, this workshop will allow participants to acquire the key knowledge needed to start developing and contributing their own problems to the public problem bank known as the Open Problem Library. We hope to generate momentum in the engineering community to eventually build substantial problem banks for all disciplines/subjects in engineering.
Dr. Agnes Germaine d'Entremont P.Eng.
Dr. Agnes d’Entremont is an Instructor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia. Her technical research in Orthopaedic Biomechanics is focused on joint motion and cartilage health with a particular concentration in pediatric hip disorders and MRI-based methods. Her teaching-related interests include team-based learning and flipped classroom approaches, open educational resources, and educating non-engineers about engineering, as well as diversity and climate issues in engineering education
Dr. Michael K. Swanbom P.E.
Dr. Swanbom is a Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering. He develops innovative, hands-on, practical content for both high school and university curricula.
Dr. Luis Linares is a Senior Instructor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia.