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Edfinity is a hosted, full-featured homework system that runs WeBWorK problems on any mobile device or laptop.
Select a WeBWorK course from our catalog, or build your own. Pair it with any OER or textbook you like.
Customize and share with your colleagues and the global community.
Access over 50,000 problems, including those from the WeBWorK Open Public Library (OPL), a collection spanning a wide range of math and science subjects.
Easily narrow your search by subject, textbook, keywords, difficulty, and more.
Author new WeBWorK problems or edit existing ones. Edfinity seamless integrates with WeBWorK to provide your students rich, math-aware assessments.
Monitor student progress and performance.
Study assessment metrics and drill down to identify trouble spots.
Engage students in real-time with problems and observe their responses, gaining instant insight into student understanding.
Create a course and invite students to join.
Assign problem sets to students, setting availability and due dates.
Easily customize for homework or tests. Personalize feedback, number of attempts, hints, and much more.
How does Edfinity differ from WeBWorK?
Edfinity is a full-featured, collaborative homework system that works seamlessly with WeBWorK, allowing you to use any WeBWorK problem. Edfinity requires no installation.
What kind of problems and courses are readily available in Edfinity?
Edfinity provides ready-to-go homework courses mapped to leading textbooks, and easy-to-assemble homework for any textbook or course. Browse our catalog.
How much does Edfinity cost?
Pricing information can be found here.
How do I get started?
Choose any course from our catalog to use as-is or modify, remix to suit your needs, or make your own course.
I am an existing WeBWorK user and would like to import my course into Edfinity.
We can typically do this in less than a day. If you have an existing WeBWorK course you would like to import, contact us and we will help you with the initial setup. We will need your problem set definition files along with any custom problem definition files if you are using problems outside of the OPL.