Since the Fall 2010 term, we have been using WebAssign in some of our Calculus sections. For Spring 2018, we’re now using the 8th edition of the textbook and may require use of WebAssign in Calculus sections at the choice of the instructor.

## Student FAQ

- Will WebAssign be required in my Calculus section?
- Can I use WebAssign if it is not required in my Calculus section?
- I have a copy of the book, but not a WebAssign access code. What do I do?
- I don’t need a print copy of the textbook, just want to buy an eBook. What should I do?

### Student FAQ

**Q: ***Will WebAssign be required in my Calculus section?*

**A:** Sections requiring WebAssign, with their class keys, will be posted here, as this information becomes available.

Calculus I

Sections 1 and 2, Michael Woodbury, class key **columbia 9688 3834**

Section 3, Zachary Sylvan, class key **columbia 1756 7709**

Section 4, Samuel Mundy, class key **columbia 1919 8405**

Section 7, Henri Roesch, class key **columbia 3053 7382**

Section 9, Nicholas Salter, class key **columbia 9221 1233**

Calculus II

Section 3, Elliott Stein, class key **columbia 2174 3718**

Section 4, Peter Woit, class key **columbia 5532 6796**

Section 6, Aliakbar Daemi, class key **columbia 0626 2294**

Calculus III

Sections 4 and 5, Teng Fei, class key **columbia 2853 7217**

Accelerated Multivariable Calculus

**Q: ***Can I use WebAssign if it is not required in my Calculus section?*

**A:** A WebAssign course that consists just of all available problems, for use as practice, has been set up for use of students who have or want to buy a WebAssign access code. Do not use these if your section requires WebAssign, in that case you will have a different class key. The class key to use if WebAssign is not required is

Calculus I, II, III and IV **columbia 7094 3689
**

**Q: ***I have a copy of the book, but not a WebAssign access code. What do I do?*

**A:** You should be able to enroll in your WebAssign section, but after a short grace period will need to purchase an access code to continue using it. You should be offered options for how to do this from within the software, or see here for more information about the possible ways to purchase an access code directly.

**Q: ***I don’t need a print copy of the textbook, just want to buy an eBook. What should I do?*

**A: ** The publisher sells online access to the eBook version of the textbook, for all semesters you will use the book, together with an access code for WebAssign, see here for more information. At this point, the eBook and WebAssign access are being sold together, you can’t purchase them independently.