Higher education - Psychology
Choose from teaching resources for psychology lecturers by authors such as Maltby, Howitt and Cramer.
Save time marking and give students instant feedback with the multiple choice questions in enhanced eBooks. Empower your students to excel in research methods with MyLab Research, and track their progress in RevelTM.
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Technology enhanced learning
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Revel includes your chosen textbook, self-assessed interactive exercises, videos and a dashboard showing cohort and individual results.
Cover more complex topics in contact hours by setting reading and self-assessed assignments in Revel. Revel Psychology products include:
- Physiology of Behavior by Carlson - available now
- Biopsychology by Pinel et al - available now
- Research Methods by Saunders - due in 2019.
Increase student engagement and offer students instant feedback without changing your course.
Enhanced eBooks deliver trusted content from leading authors within a standalone eBook form, giving you everything you’re used to having in a print book, but with a range of enhancements that will aid learning and engagement, such videos and self-assessed multiple choice questions.
Students reading in any format - print, eBook or enhanced eBook - will be able to read from the same page references, with reflowable text and page fidelity. Enhanced eBooks are available through suppliers such as VitalSource.
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"The way in which this text is interactive and the inclusion of the multiple choice questions is definitely a reason as to why I would use the Pearson eBook over my core text."
— Reviewer, psychology enhanced eBook
Teaching Excellence Framework: Quality, accessibility and student choice, Manchester
At this Summer 2017 event, delegates discussed the complexity of responding to contemporary policy, and heard from Dr Catherine Dobson (University of Hull) on how her use of Pearson's classroom technology helped achieve results. Get in touch below to register your interest for future events.