Imagine the impact of first-day access on your course
Offering course content through the Pearson Inclusive Access model can help students achieve more by providing affordable, high-quality digital course materials on or before the first day of class. Because all students have access by day one, faculty can start teaching and students can start learning. Learn more about Inclusive Access.
A powerful homework and test manager
You can choose from hundreds of exercises available for your specific course, and can even choose exercises from a different book to provide an almost limitless number of available exercises. You can create, import, and manage online homework assignments, quizzes, and tests — or start with "Ready to Go" assignments — all of which are automatically graded, allowing you to spend less time grading, and more time teaching!
Comprehensive online course content
Filled with a wealth of content, MyLab is tightly integrated with the author approach of your choosing, but you can also easily add, remove, or modify existing instructional material. You can also add your own course materials to suit the needs of your students or department. In short, MyLab lets you teach exactly as you'd like.
Easily scalable and shareable content
MyLab lets you manage multiple class sections, and other instructors can copy your settings so a standardized syllabus can be maintained across your department. If you've spent time customizing your MyLab course and want to use the same course next semester, you can copy your existing course, preserve all your customizations, and share with other instructors.
Extend learning beyond the classroom
Pearson eText is an easy-to-use digital textbook. It lets students customize how they study and learn with enhanced search and the ability to create flashcards, highlight, and add notes all in one place. The mobile app lets students learn wherever life takes them, offline or online. Learn more about Pearson eText.
With Learning Catalytics™, you'll hear from every student when it matters most. You pose a variety of questions that help students recall ideas, apply concepts, and develop critical-thinking skills. Your students respond using their own smartphones, tablets, or laptops.
You can monitor responses with real-time analytics and find out what your students do — and don't — understand. Then, you can adjust your teaching accordingly, and even facilitate peer-to-peer learning, helping students stay motivated and engaged. Learn more here.