Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, has launched its pioneering MyLab digital learning, homework and assessment programmes in India.
MyLabs, which allow students to learn at their own pace and in their own time, are used in more than 200 countries around the world, and had more than 6 million registrations globally in 2009. MyLabs being introduced to India include lecture videos, management simulation and other resources, and the software provides hints so students can arrive at the correct response to questions.
Speaking on the launch of MyLabs in India, Vivek Govil, CEO of Pearson Education in India, said: “MyLabs are expected to significantly augment teaching resources available for instructors. Pearson Education has consistently strived to improve the quality of instruction and learning through the use of modern technology for the benefit of students and the education fraternity.”
Pearson Education India specializes in the publication of academic and reference books in the fields of computer science, engineering, business & management, professional & trade, higher education and competitive examination preparation books. With editorial offices in Delhi, Chennai and Chandigarh, Pearson Education India is also India’s foremost publisher in the school segment (K-12), with book lists in English language teaching, the humanities, sciences and mathematics.