MyLab MIS and MyLab IT contribute to student success
In Spring 2018, Professor Chris Vegter, Director of Academic Technology and Information Resources from the University of North Colorado in Greeley, CO, partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ MIS for Using MIS by Kroenke and Boyle and MyLab IT for Go! by Gaskin on student success in his Information Systems course.
In Spring 2018, Professor Nancy Emerson from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Accounting for Horngren’s Financial & Managerial Accounting by Nobles, Mattison, and Matsumura on student success in her Elements of Accounting II course.
Course redesign incorporating Mastering Physics contributes to student success
Professor Sarah Formica from the University of North Georgia was looking for a way to curb cheating and increase student success in her Principles of Physics I course, and as part of that redesign she adopted Mastering™ Physics and Learning Catalytics™. Through this 10-year redesign the following was noted:
FCI normalized gains were significantly higher for students taking the flipped format with Mastering Physics.
The Mastering homework implementation was designed to discourage students from cheating and to motivate them to do extra practice without looking up solutions.
The instructor used Learning Catalytics to evaluate understanding and determine student misconceptions during class.
How Mastering Physics contributes to student success and increases engagement
In Spring 2018, Professor Adam Beehler from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT partnered with Pearson to investigate how Modified Mastering™ Physics for College Physics: A Strategic Approach by Knight, Jones, and Field impacted student success in his General Physics I course.
MyLab Business Communication contributes to student success
In Spring 2018, Professor Dr. Donna Kizzier from Morehead State University in Morehead, KY partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Business Communication for Business Communication Today by Bovee and Thill on student success in her Business Communications course.
In Spring 2018, Professor Dr. Patricia Eshagh from California State University Stanislaus in Turlock, CA, partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of Revel™ for A World of Art by Sayre on student success in her Art Appreciation course.
In Spring 2018, Pearson partnered with Professor Xavier Aranda from the University of Texas at Arlington in Arlington, TX to investigate the impact of Modified Mastering™ A&P for Human Anatomy & Physiology by Maireb & Hoehn on student success in his Anatomy and Physiology I course.
From Fall 2016-Spring 2017, Pearson partnered with Professor Claudean Ellis from Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College in Bowling Green, KY to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Math in MyLabsPlus™ for Prealgebra & Introductory Algebra by Martin-Gay; Beginning & Intermediate Algebra by Martin-Gay; Geometry by Martin-Gay; Emporium Transitional Algebra Workbook: Preparing Students for Success in College Mathematics by the SKYCTC math faculty on student success in her Transitional Algebra course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Li Yong from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab™ Finance for Foundations of Finance by Keown, Martin, and Petty impacted student success in their Financial Management course.
In Fall 2012, Dean of Academic Instruction, Dr. Stephanie Duguid from Copiah-Lincoln Community College, chose to transition to Pearson Inclusive Access with the goals of improving developmental student success rates and first week access to course materials. After implementing the model from 2012-2018, it was learned that:
Graduation rates have increased eight percentage points and retention rates have increased ten percentage points.
Student success rates in gateway mathematics courses have increased 17 percentage points.
Students save an average of 68% off traditional prices when using Inclusive Access course materials.
How does MyLab Math contributes to student success?
In Fall 2017, Professor Brandi Winchester from J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College in Huntsville, AL partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab™ Math for Developmental Mathematics: Basic Mathematics and Algebra, with workbook by Lial, Hornsby, McGinnis, Salzmann, and Hestwood impacted student success in her Basic Mathematics and Elementary Algebra courses.
MyLab Intro to Business positively impacts retention rates and student performance
In Spring 2018, Professor Janet Brooks from Glendale Community College in Glendale, AZ partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Intro to Business and Business Essentials by Ebert and Griffin on retention rates and student performance in her Introduction to Business course.
From Fall 2017 to Spring 2018, Professor James Lee from the College of Southern Nevada partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Math for Interactive Developmental Mathematics by Rockswold and Krieger on student success in his Intermediate Algebra course.
How Mastering Chemistry contributes to student success
In Spring 2018, Professor Jo Nell Aarons Gillings from Miami Dade College partnered with Pearson to investigate whether Modified Mastering™ Chemistry for Chemistry: The Central Science by Brown, Lemay, Bursten, Murphy, Woodward, and Stolzfus impacted student success in her General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis II course.
How Mastering Biology contributes to student success
In Spring 2018, Professor Charles Galt from Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, CA partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact Modified Mastering™ Biology for Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology by Simon, Dickey, Hogan, and Reece had on student success in his Introduction to Principles of Biology course.
MyLab Accounting contributes to increased student performance
In Spring 2018, Professor Lawrence Chui from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Accounting for Financial Accounting by Harrison, Horngren, and Thomas on student performance in his Introduction to Financial Accounting course.
In Spring 2018, Professor Joe Welker from the College of Western Idaho partnered with Pearson to investigate the impact of MyLab™ Accounting for Horngren’s Financial & Managerial Accounting by Nobles, Mattison, and Matsumura on student success in his Introduction to Financial Accounting course.
How MyLab Marketing contributes to student success
In Fall 2018, Professor Rebecca Reczek from Ohio State University partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab™ Marketing for Principles of Marketing by Kotler and Armstrong impacted student performance in her Principles of Marketing course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Lois Blais from Walters State Community College in Morristown, TN partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab IT with GO! Microsoft Office 2016 Volume 1 by Gaskin, Vargas, Geoghan, and Graviett impacted student success in their Computer Applications course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Michelle Craddock partnered with Pearson to discover whether MyLab™ IT with Exploring Microsoft Office 2016 Volume 1 by Patsy et al. and Visualizing Technology by Geoghan contributed to student success in her Microcomputer Applications I course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Rita Reagan-Redko from Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY partnered with Pearson to investigate whether MyLab™ MIS positively impacts student success in her Technology in the Workplace course.
MyLab IT user best practices and transition to a Learning Management System
In Fall 2018, Professor Barbara Fogle from Trident Technical College in Charleston, SC utilized MyLab™ IT with Exploring Microsoft Excel 2016 Comprehensive by Patsy, Mulbery, Davidson and, Grauer, and decided to pilot Learning Management System integration to facilitate a seamless experience for students accessing course technology in her Microcomputer Spreadsheets course.
How MyLab IT contributes to student success and students’ response to Pearson Inclusive Access/LMS integration
In Fall 2018, Professor Robert Huyck at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, NY partnered with Pearson to investigate whether MyLab IT™ and eTexts GO! With Office 2016 Volume 1 by Gaskin, Vargas, Geoghan, and Graviett and Technology in Action by Evans, Martin, and Poatsy positively impacted student success in his Computers and Society course.
In Fall 2018, Pearson partnered with Professor Susumu Kasai at Salt Lake Community College to investigate whether MyLab™ IT with Microsoft Office 2016 (custom edition) positively impacted student success in their Business Computer Proficiency – Spreadsheet & Database course.
How MyLab Marketing contributes to student success
In Fall 2018, Pearson partnered with Professor Karen Loveland from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi in Corpus Christi, TX to determine whether Mylab™ Marketing for Marketing: Real People, Real Choices by Solomon positively impacted student success in her Principles of Marketing course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Daniel Ciomek from San Francisco State University in San Francisco, CA partnered with Pearson to investigate whether the custom package of MyLab™ IT, Information Systems Today: Managing in the Digital World by Valacich and Schneider (primary eText), Exploring Microsoft Access 2016 Comprehensive and Exploring Microsoft Excel 2016 Comprehensive by Poatsy impacted student success in his Information Systems for Management course.
In Fall 2018, Pearson partnered with Professor Kathy Towle from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM to investigate whether MyLab™ Finance for Fundamentals of Corporate Finance by Berk, Demarzo, and Harford positively contributed to student success in her Financial Management course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Regina Harley at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab IT™ with Exploring Microsoft Office 2016 by Poatsy, Grauer, Mulbery, Krebs, Hogan, and Rutledge contributed to student success in her Essential Business Tools and Technologies course.
How MyLab Management contributes to student success
In Fall 2018, Professor Irene Wilder from State University of New York (SUNY) at Jefferson, Watertown, NY worked with Pearson to discover whether MyLab™ Management for Modern Management: Concepts and Skills by Certo and Certo impacted student success in her Principles of Management course.
From 2012 to 2015, Professor Hector Enríquez at the University of Texas El Paso utilized MyLab Spanish in his five Elementary Spanish, Intermediate Spanish, and Spanish for Spanish Speakers courses. He partnered with Pearson to investigate how MyLab Spanish supports his students’ success. Through this research they found that:
Students who scored an average of 80 percent or higher on MyLab Spanish homework had higher composition, exam, final exam, and final course scores than students who scored lower than 80 percent on MyLab Spanish homework.
The correlation between student performance on MyLab Spanish homework assignments and final course scores was strong.
As coordinator of the lower division Spanish courses, Enríquez is challenged to meet many goals including:
Meet the learning needs of both non-native and heritage speakers while delivering a uniform learning experience that can be personalized
Offer students sophisticated learning tools at a reasonable cost
Improve students’ overall performance, raising both pass rates and course completion rates
With these goals in mind, Enríquez adopted MySpanishLab for the introductory and intermediate Spanish sequences and has been utilizing it for over a decade.
How was MyLab Spanish used in the course?
The five Elementary Spanish, Intermediate Spanish, and Spanish for Spanish Speakers courses are face to face, hybrid/intensive, and online. Content, homework, and assessments are pre-assigned with due dates through the MyLab Spanish master course shell. Pearson exams are used, and questions on MyLab Spanish homework are similar to the questions that will appear on exams.
Per textbook chapter, all machine-graded exercises are assigned in MyLab Spanish over the course of (approximately) two weeks. This includes some tutorials and one chapter practice exam. Students have unlimited attempts on homework. In Elementary and Intermediate Spanish MyLab Spanish accounts for 15% of the course grade, while it accounts for 20% of the course grade in Spanish for Spanish Speakers.
Were students successful over the semester?
Examination of student results data across all five courses shows a strong correlation between MyLab Spanish scores and final course scores in the face-to-face* course format.
Students who scored 80 percent or higher on MyLab Spanish homework had higher average scores on compositions, exams, final exams, and final course scores than students who scored less than 80 percent on MyLab Spanish,
How MyLab Spanish supports students
At the end of the day, Enríquez’s goal is to help students become proficient in the language. He maintains:
“MyLab Spanish has worked well for our students. When our students use MyLab Spanish, they become responsible for their own learning, and they succeed.”
“MyLab Spanish meets the needs of heritage speakers with a range of exercises that target vocabulary and writing skills. With such a deep resource of activities and multimedia resources in MyLab Spanish, I can easily customize our course to address the unique strengths and weaknesses that heritage speakers bring to the course.”
In addition to helping students become proficient in Spanish, MyLab Spanish also had a positive impact on teaching. Enríquez notes how it saves grading time, it allows instructors to better use in-class time, and it gives instructors the opportunity to see where students’ strengths and weaknesses lie in terms of understanding the content.
Between Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, Professor Kathy Nabours at Riverside City College partnered with Pearson to investigate whether MyLab™ Math for Intermediate Algebra by Martin-Gay positively impacted student success.
How MyLab IT and MyLab Accounting contribute to student success
In Spring 2019, Professor KD Hatheway-Dial at the University of Idaho in Moscow, ID partnered with Pearson to investigate whether MyLab IT™ for Skills for Success for Office 2016 by Adkins and MyLab Accounting for Horngren’s Financial and Managerial Accounting by Miller-Nobles, Mattison, and Matsumura positively impacted student success.
How MyLab Economics contributes to student success
In Spring 2019, Pearson partnered with Professor Jeff Johnson at Athens State University in Athens, AL to investigate whether MyLab Economics™ for Essentials of Economics by Hubbards and O’Brien positively impacted student success in his Modern Economics course.
In Fall 2018, Professor Patrick Logue at South Plains College in Levelland, TX partnered with Pearson to investigate whether MyLab IT™ supported student success in his Business Computer Applications course
Professor Laurie Metcalf at Blinn College in Bryan, TX reported many perceived advantages of using MediaShare™ for her online public speaking course. Specifically, she named her ability to accomplish the following:
Time-stamping specific feedback in students' videos to support their development of public speaking skills.
Providing more feedback to students' videos because of the ability to copy and paste feedback in MediaShare's grading rubric.
Looking across assignments for the same student to determine whether a problem is recurring and adjusting her grading and communication with the student accordingly.
MediaShare is a tool for sharing, assigning, discussing, and evaluating media in different formats, including video and audio files. It enables students and instructors to comment on media, and instructors can provide timestamped feedback to students on their assignments.
Implementation of MediaShare
For her online public speaking course, Professor Laurie Metcalf has used MediaShare for five or more years. MediaShare’s role in her class is primarily for students to submit four required speech assignments and for Laurie to provide grades and detailed feedback on those assignments.
She views MediaShare as benefitting students through the development of students’ source citations and use of appropriate language, as well as offering her a way to see how individual students are progressing over time allowing her to offer targeted intervention.
Instructor experience and perception
Laurie views the capacity to provide timestamped feedback in students’ videos as very beneficial to learning as it allows her to focus on a specific spot in the recording. Relatedly, Laurie has found the setup of MediaShare to enable more of her feedback for those moments.
Laurie finds the layout of the rubric advantageous as it allows her to do all of her grading on one screen. For the school break that extended through the end of the year because of the coronavirus pandemic, this functionality proved especially useful.
In addition, Laurie believes student performance has improved due to MediaShare in the way students give source citations and their use of appropriate language.
From her perspective, the positive aspects of MediaShare give her online course advantages above and beyond what is possible for an in-person class saying, “We don’t even have that ability in a live class to do that. To stop a speech and say, look, ‘Did you hear what you just said? Did you hear how that sounded?’ And, ‘Here’s the problem.’ Or, ‘Here’s why it’s great.’ So that in and of itself I think is fantastic.”
How Pearson eText and MyLab Education benefit instructors and students
Professor Dr. Peggy Goodson Rochelle at Tusculum University in Tennessee sees many benefits for instruction and a positive impact on student success since she has utilized Pearson eText and MyLab™ Education. She emphasizes the following benefits of these products:
They are vetted, saving her the time investment of checking that the reading she assigns is accurate.
Pearson offers strong product support, allowing her to get assistance from knowledgeable staff when she needs it.
They offer many conveniences to students, including:
Access to the text from the very start of the course;
Use of the products on their preferred devices; and
Pearson eText and MyLab Education offer access to course readings from multiple devices. The embedded videos of teachers in the classroom with actual students provide real-world demonstrations of the text’s concepts. Students have multiple options for reinforcing their understanding of the material, including practice quizzes. Instructors can make use of an array of assignments—quizzes, multiple-choice questions, short answer questions, writing assignments, and others—to assess student learning.
Why does Professor Dr. Goodson Rochelle utilize Pearson eText and MyLab Education?
Peggy’s courses use Pearson eText or MyLab Education for three main reasons: they’re vetted, Pearson staff provide quality support, and the cost can be covered by financial aid.
How are Pearson eText and MyLab Education implemented?
She has used direct integration since 2018, which allows her to incorporate Pearson eText and MyLab into her courses. She will eventually switch to partner integration because it will offer consistency across the university while still allowing her to add deep links for her courses. Assignments differ between her courses, but she often assigns video case studies and self-check quizzes. Assignments within the products that students submit generally contribute 20% to 40% toward their final grade in the course. Other assignments that are not part of MyLab include having her students evaluate teaching videos and giving feedback on samples of elementary and secondary student work.
She allows students to engage with practice quizzes and other parts of Pearson MyLab that do not count towards their grade as many times as they like. She makes some tests and quizzes untimed in the product if she wants to encourage students to read or reread the text. Additionally, she often takes advantage of the product’s feature that randomizes the order of questions on quizzes.
Instructor experience and perception
When summing up her overall experience as an instructor using MyLab, Peggy again offered praise to Pearson’s product support and she described direct integration as “seamless”. On the topic of student reactions, she shared her view that students appreciate Pearson text. “They like having options,” she stated, referring to the options to use Pearson text on a phone, computer, or tablet and the ability to take practice quizzes and other ways to study before completing graded assignments. She added that students seem to appreciate not having to go to a physical or online store to purchase a book.
In Summer 2021, Professor Ty Bryan at a community college in Southern United States met with Pearson to discuss how he uses and experiences Human Anatomy & Physiology, 2nd Edition by Amerman and Mastering A&P™ in his Anatomy & Physiology I and II courses.
Ty Bryan finds many benefits utilizing the Pearson textbook and Mastering A&P in his courses including:
High quality artwork, diagrams, and animations help students solidify knowledge that will translate to success in clinicals.
Better textbook that delivers concepts in a concise way thus encouraging students to read without feeling overwhelmed.
Dynamic Study Modules prepare students for discussion in class and help develop a deeper understanding of concepts.
Students are better set up for success in A&P II.
Top-notch customer support that facilitates a smooth course delivery.
In schoolyear 2016/2017, his department switched from McGraw Hill to an OER resource called OpenStax in an effort to reduce the cost of textbooks. Once adopted, faculty further reviewed the OER textbook and found it lacking in artwork and diagrams, as well being heavily bogged down with unnecessary content.
In early 2020, faculty compared a variety of textbooks and publishers and decided to adopt Pearson’s Human Anatomy & Physiology, 2nd Edition by Amerman along with Mastering in Fall 2020. They landed on Pearson because of the superior way it was written and its concise, well laid out material. Anatomy & Physiology I and II are traditionally taught face-to-face, but due to the pandemic, course models had to be shifted. In response, courses had to be taught fully online, which meant faculty needed their Pearson textbook earlier than anticipated so it was adopted in Spring 2020.
How Mastering A&P implemented?
While Bryan incorporates Mastering content as optional for extra credit, he does strongly encourage its use and explains to his students its many benefits. He narrows down the sections from each chapter he wants them to read and includes Dynamic Study Modules.
Outside of optional Mastering content, Bryan’s assessments in A&P I include four quizzes, six lecture exams and one standardized final exam. Students must receive a minimum of 50% on the final exam to pass the course.
The instructor experience
One of the main benefits Bryan has noticed since switching from OER is the improvement in artwork quality. OER lacked detailed artwork that is so crucial for students in A&P courses. Another highlight for Bryan is the readability of the Pearson text. He believes his students are better understanding concepts with the Pearson text because it’s concise and easy to navigate without being too tied down with unnecessary and disjointed material.
Bryan finds the Pearson textbook sets A&P I students up for success in A&P II better than their previous OER textbook, with Bryan saying: “I think they are getting a better idea of chemistry from the Amerman textbook than they were getting from OER. (OER) is written by multiple people at multiple times. They go in there and do their little bit and it’s not easy to read. At least with the Pearson textbook…they’ve got a shot because it’s giving them something they can read, something they can understand, and the diagrams are plainly laid out.”
Bryan never had anyone to reach out to with OER, no support to go with the textbook if he needed any type of assistance. In contrast, with Pearson, he feels he has been supported every step of the way. There was plenty of training when initially adopting Mastering with step-by-step instructions.
When deciding to switch from OER to Pearson, Bryan and fellow faculty wanted a more effective way for students to develop a foundational knowledge of anatomy and physiology concepts that would prepare them for their clinicals. With Pearson, he finds the quality animations, diagrams, and concise wording all combine to help students be successful. As the instructor, he finds the continuous support Pearson offers to be invaluable in being able to offer his courses as seamlessly as possible.
How Revel Abnormal Psychology contributes to student success
In Fall 2019, Pearson partnered with Professor Lee Kooler at Modesto Junior College to investigate whether Revel for Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World by Nevid, Rathus and Green impacted teaching and her students’ success in Abnormal Psychology.
Between Fall 2017 and Fall 2018, Professor Dr. Scott Demsky at Broward College in David, FL partnered with Pearson to determine how MyLab Math™ for Mathematical Ideas for College and Finite Mathematics (custom edition) by Miller impacted student success in his Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning and Survey of Mathematics courses.
How Revel Art History contributes to student success
During Fall 2017, Stephany Rimland at Harper College in Palantine, IL partnered with Pearson to explore the impact of Revel™ for Art History by Stockstad and Cothren on student success, focusing on evaluating differences in Revel implementation and results between Rimland’s face-to-face and online Introduction to Art History (Art 131) course.
In Fall 2017, Pearson partnered with Steven Hair at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA to investigate whether MyLab Math™ with Algebra and Trigonometry, 2nd by Trigsted impacted student success in his College Algebra II course.
Supporting student success with Revel Java Programming
Pearson interviewed instructors across the United States in Summer 2020 to understand how they’re using and experiencing Revel Java Programming.
Researchers found that Revel’s integrated learning experience, that blends engaging content with practical experience and immediate feedback, lays a solid foundation for students to be successful programmers.
Revel’s integrated learning experience encourages active participation
George Meghabghab, professor at Roane State Community College in Tennessee, feels the integrated and immersive learning that Revel Java Programming offers means it is an “optimal learning space which encourages students to go into Revel… and engages them to stay there until finished.”
Frank Ducrest, recently retired professor at a 4-year school in Louisiana, was pleasantly surprised when immediately after adopting Revel the rate of passing the course went from 35% to 70% in the first semester. The subsequent 5 years of utilizing Revel has kept this success rate high, averaging from 60% to 80%, depending on the student majors.
“It has really been amazing, the difference I have seen in my students since starting Revel.”
Hands-on practice with immediate feedback
Joe Parks, recently retired Lead Java Instructor at a community college in North Carolina, feels the immediate feedback Revel offers helps students realize a concept may not be well understood, thus allowing them to address the concern while the material is still fresh.
“The integrated quizzes, animations, activities, etc. follow this model, and allow a student to realize immediately that he or she needs to go through the current material again. Revel does this on an individual level, which is impossible to do in a classroom setting.”
Caroline Budwell, professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, appreciates how Revel’s practice opportunities encourage deep thought, saying:
“I like Revel because it does make the kids practice problems and it’s not as fluffy as what I was using previously because that program just gave them a lot of points to read and try stuff. Revel makes you think more; the practice activities in Revel makes my kids think more.”
The autograding feature saves time grading programming assignments
Four of the instructors we spoke to, including Caroline Budwell and Sujing Wang, a professor at a 4-year school in the southern region of the United States, all find the autograding feature to be the most beneficial aspect of Revel, with Caroline saying:
“I haven’t manually graded anything since implementing Revel, so I would say it works very well for me. It reduces the time I have spent grading, I just go into Blackboard, sync the grades, and I don’t mess with it at all.”
Terrance Adam Smith, professor at a 2-year school in Texas, appreciates the time saved grading programming assignments saying, “I am definitely doing less work due to automatic grading.”
How Revel Introduction to Java Programming contributes to student success
Between Spring 2018 and Fall 2019, Pearson partnered with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to explore how the use of Revel for Introduction to Java Programming by Y. Daniel Liang is related to learner outcomes related to achievement on assigned tasks, tests, and the course as a whole.
How Revel Psychology contributes to student success
Manda Williamson at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln partnered with Pearson to determine if Revel for Psychology, 1st Edition by Marin and Hock could enhance student engagement and success in her Introduction to Psychology Course over the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters.
How Revel Writing Arguments contributes to student success
In Fall 2017, Professor Robert Carlson at Texas Southmost College worked with Pearson to investigate whether Revel for Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings, 10th Edition by Ramage, Bean, and Johnson could increase student engagement in his Composition II course.
How Revel Criminal Justice Today contributes to student success
In Spring 2017, Pearson partnered with Professor Bill Brogan at McHenry County College to investigate whether Revel for Criminal Justice Today by Schmalleger promoted student success in his Introduction to Criminal Justice Course.
In Spring 2018, Professor Dr. Austin Boyle at Pennsylvania State University partnered with Pearson to investigate whether Revel InMicro by Hubbard and O’Brien could enhance student success in his Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy course.
In Fall 2018, Pearson partnered with Professor Melissa Hendrickson at North Carolina State to discover whether Revel InMicro by Hubbard and O’Brien could increase student success in her Introduction to Agricultural and Resource Economics course.
How Revel Accounting Information Systems contributes to student success
In Spring 2018, Pearson worked with Professor Deborah Hable at Wayne State University to investigate whether Revel for Accounting Information Systems by Romney and Steinbart supported student success in her Accounting Systems Design and Control course.