Set the contextual stage of your course by providing the content and tools students need, when they need it. With WebAssign for Physics, content is designed to meet the needs of all stages of learning. WebAssign encourages real understanding and promotes academic integrity, with unmatched flexibility and course control to adapt to all course formats.
Find Questions & Content in WebAssign
Unique learning questions are signified in WebAssign in the question name with a distinct abbreviations (ex .EP) and are distributed throughout each chapter and section. You can search the abbreviation in the Question Browser to find these questions types to use in an assignment.
If a question does not have an abbreviation (ex: Algebra Remediation Exercises), you can typically find them in the Question Browser for your title in Chapter 0, or an appendix. If you need any help finding questions for your assignment, contact your Cengage Sales Representative.
Content Available for Physics
Interactive Video Vignettes (.IVV)
Target common student misconceptions with video-analysis and interactive modules, which focus on learning difficulties identified by Physics Education Research, and funded through the National Science Foundation.
Optimized Problems (.OP)
Provide your students with contextual support using Optimized Problems that feature comprehensive written solutions, numerically and contextually randomized parameters and targeted feedback.
Analysis Model Tutorial (.AMT)
Enable your students to think like Physicists with guided exercises to walk students through every step of the problem-solving process to model how a physicist problem solves.
PreLecture Explorations (.PLE)
Visually prepare your students for your next lecture with these laddered modules that enable students to interact with the topics and reinforce conceptual and analytical understanding.
MCAT-Style Passage Problem Module (.PSG)
Prepare your students for the MCAT with our MCAT Passage Problems. Each module starts with a text passage (often with photo/figures) followed by an assessment with feedback.
Objective and Conceptual Questions (.CQ)
Facilitate your students’ familiarity with equations, variables used, concepts the variables represent and the relationships between the concepts.