For background on this textbook, see ORCCA.
For Winter 2018, we are using "Edition Beta" which has chapters 1–4 for MTH 60, and 5–9 for MTH 65. Visit its formats:
Any PCC instructor has approval to pilot this book during the 2017/8 Academic Year.
[Any references to chapter numbers above may change. For example, MTH 65 might ultimately be chapters 5–10 if we reorganize things.]
First-time faculty users of WeBWorK should visit Requesting/Maintaining WeBWorK course shells for some basic information about using a WeBWorK course shell.
If you are using ORCCA as a textbook, then when you import problem sets, you can scroll to select the list of sets corresponding to sections of ORCCA. Be sure to go to the ORCCA-201802 problem sets, not the ORCCA-201801 sets which were used in Winter term, and need to stay in place for a few instructors letting their courses run long.
Note the three different kinds of sets:
Also, the Library Browser now has an "ORCCA (Spring/Summer 2018)" button to see problems from ORCCA. However, the problems here are only the problems that were coded within ORCCA itself. The majority of problems used in ORCCA are actually part of the BasicAlgebra, BasicMath, Math95, and CollegeAlgebra libraries, and so you will not see them by visiting the "ORCCA (Spring/Summer 2018)" library.
You can use the Library Browser to view all of the problems in any particular ORCCA problem set if you like. It may be just as easy to import the problem set though and work from there.