XYZ Homework provides powerful online instructional tools for faculty and students. Our unified learning environment combines online assessment with MathTV.com video lessons and McKeague’s proven developmental math textbooks to reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. Randomized questions provide unlimited practice and instant feedback with all the benefits of automatic grading.
As you progress through your textbook, the online homework and MathTV.com video lessons reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. Randomized questions provide unlimited practice and instant feedback with all the benefits of automatic grading.
With XYZ Homework, there's no software to install, servers to manage, or databases to maintain. It is completely self-sufficient, providing an online system with real-time functionality that is available around the clock to both instructors and students.
XYZ Homework offers over 4500 randomized developmental math exercises. These problems correlate section by section to the books published by XYZ Textbooks, authored by best-selling author, Charles P. McKeague. From these questions, ready to use assignments have been created to get you started in only a few clicks.
Our automated grading system combined with the gradebook allows a highly flexible and easy-to-use solution for instructors. The XYZ Homework gradebook allows students to track their grades at their convenience. Grading homework and calculating weighted averages, XYZ Homework can do it all quickly and easily.
With an easy-to-use email system and discussion forum that allow for proper mathematic notation, XYZ Homework makes communicating with your students outside of class even easier. You can easily send mass messages to all of your students or more personal messages to particular individuals. Also save time and resources by posting your handouts and worksheets online for your students. The course calendar allows you or your students to see all upcoming assignments and tests.
XYZ Homework makes it easy to share homework assignments, sets of questions, or even entire courses with faculty colleagues.