Learn from Author Afsaneh Nahavandi as she explains why college students need to develop a Cultural Mindset and how you can support them on this journey.
Explore strategies for making your Economics course more interesting to students with Glenn Hubbard, world-renowned economist and Pearson author.
Explore CPA Evolution's impact on financial statement analysis and reporting standards with expert Lyn Fraser. Gain insights, strategies, and tips for your accounting curriculum.
Join author Elizabeth A. Gordon as she redefines how to teach and learn Intermediate Accounting. Discover the art of transforming challenges into rewards and how it translates to student empowerment.
Daron Acemoglu, PhD, leads an in-depth discussion about the future of Artificial Intelligence in this informative webinar.
Join Dr. Dean Croushore as he covers the implications of recent changes to the Fed, as well as how to address these updates in your classroom.
Explore how activities and assessments like Mini Sims and Dynamic Study Modules help educators prepare students for the workforce by increasing their critical thinking skills.
Dive into the latest trends and topics surrounding consumer behavior. Cristel Antonia Russell, PhD, explains the processes involved in selecting, purchasing, and disposing of goods and services.
Join authors Jennifer Cainas and Kelly Pope as they discuss the digital resources that have helped them transform their classrooms. As the landscape of education continues to evolve, it is crucial for educators to stay at the forefront of innovation and adapt their teaching strategies to meet the needs of today's tech-savvy learners. This webinar aims to equip instructors, professors, and educators with the tools and knowledge to leverage the full potential of technology in their managerial accounting classrooms.
Join author Carol Traver as she discusses ChatGPT, as well as other major trends that are likely to impact the future of e-commerce over the next five years.
Gain strategic insights and foster creativity with a new perspective on competitor analysis to drive effective strategy design and engage leadership teams in making strategic decisions.
A practical introduction to modern-day core finance principles that you can apply to your future.
In this session, Professors Gary Armstrong and Sridhar Balasubramanian who - along with Philip Kotler, co-author Pearson’s best-selling marketing textbooks - cover 10 principles that instructors can use to teach technology-intensive marketing strategy.
MyLab IT NextGen brings an easier course platfrom to life with vastly improved user experience for students and instructors.
Learn what ESG reporting is, why it's important to include in the curriculum, and how to integrate it into a course by Tracie L. Miller-Nobles, Ph.D., CPA & Wendy Tietz, Ph.D., CPA, CMA, CSCA, CGMA
Faculty/Authors Michael R. Solomon & Cristel Antonia Russell share how social and cultural forces are affecting how consumers define and communicate their identity via brands and consumption.
As part of the Business Briefings Spring Series, Pearson authors Eric Lamm and Jennifer Tosti-Kharas will describe an exciting simulation they use to help teach management skills.
Learn to incorporate Robotic Process Automation (RPA) into lessons and how it’s impacting the business profession from Tracie L. Miller-Nobles, Ph.D., CPA & Wendy Tietz, Ph.D., CPA, CMA, CSCA, CGMA
Randy Boyle, PhD, Author, Faculty (Weber State University) – IT will discuss perceptions of automation technology and how automation allows continuity when humans can’t physically be at work.
As part of Pearson's Business Briefings Spring Series, Your Office Series Editor Amy Kinser and co-author Eric Kinser will discuss teaching practices and techniques for use in business schools using MS Excel.
As part of Pearson's Business Briefings Spring Series, learn how to move from teaching Microsoft Office 2019 to 2021 with Shelley Gaskin; Professor, Author, Pasadena City College, IT Dept.