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MyLab MIS educator study explores the benefits of simulations

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Rita Reagan-Redko
Stony Brook University


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Students scoring above average on MyLab assignments earned quiz scores eight percentage points higher than students scoring below average on MyLab assignments. On an end-of-semester survey, 91% of respondents agreed that the Decision-Making Sims in MyLab MIS allowed them to practice business decision-making skills and to understand the impact of their decisions.

MyLab MIS and MyLab IT educator study examines quiz and exam scores

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Chris Vegter, Director of Academic Technology and Information Resources
University of North Colorado


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Data indicate that successful completion of MyLab IT Access Grader Projects was indicative of higher average MyLab Access exam scores. 90% of survey respondents agreed that their understanding of the MIS course material increased as a result of using MyLab MIS.

MyMISLab Educator Study

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Barbara Warner
University of South Florida


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MyMISLab educator study analyzes homework, quiz, and exam scores at University of South Florida

Writing Space Implementation & Results Report

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This report includes both quantitative and qualitative case studies, each detailing successful Writing Space implementations and positive results across a range of courses in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Business with both large and small enrollments and from both two- and four-year institutions.

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