Nick Walker has developed a set of Numbas questions to support his teaching of Spectroscopy to first year students of Chemistry at Newcastle University.
The programme for the E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences (EAMS) conference has been released, with speakers from across the globe presenting the latest developments in the field and offering a unique opportunity to get hands-on with maths e-assessment systems, whether you are a user, a developer, or just interested! The conference takes place over 3 days at Newcastle University, between 28th and 30th August.
We’re running Numbas workshops this month in Durham and Huddersfield:
- Monday 18th June, 10am-4pm, Durham University.
- Thursday 21st June, 10am-4pm, Huddersfield University.
The workshops are a hands-on introduction to Numbas, including getting started on the Numbas mathcentre editor, selecting questions to make tests, and writing your own questions.
The workshops are free to attend and will include lunch. There are limited places available; if you would like to book a spot, please contact Chris Graham (firstname.lastname@example.org) before June 13th.