On-demand webinars

  • Join Dr. Terri Moore and students Anna Attaway, Taylor King, and Tahmina Tisha for a conversation about Pearson+ from a faculty and student perspective. Explore the student experience and hear firsthand how Pearson+ supports today's students.

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  • Dr. Brian Rickard and Roneet Merkin discuss how they’ve managed change in the classroom.

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  • Mike Deschamps discusses paths to career readiness that are applicable to many disciplines, including digital badging, social media, and internships.   

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  • Join Dr. Terri Moore and students Anna Attaway, Taylor King, and Tahmina Tisha for a conversation about Pearson+ from a faculty and student perspective. Explore the student experience and hear firsthand how Pearson+ supports today's students.

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    30 minutes
  • As you plan for the Fall semester, join authors and professors Tracie Miller-Nobles and Dr. Wendy Tietz to explore the future of the CPA exam, its changes, and how it can affect today’s classrooms.

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  • Join Dr. Terri Moore for a demo of Pearson+. Explore the student experience and see how students can search for an eText, purchase a subscription model, engage with their eText, and more.

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  • View resources and recordings of our sessions at the ASU+GSV Summit for a closer examination of the trends and topics in digital learning that affect how we promote and provide equal access to the future through education.

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    San Diego, CA & Virtual

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  • It’s hard succeeding in college without effective study skills. In this webinar, Melissa Reedy will discuss the new study skills modules that have been created to set students up for success.

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  • For the first time in history, the two most powerful persons after the president are women. 100 years after women won the right to vote, Dr. Karen O'Connor discusses the impact that Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi play — practically as well as symbolically — in American politics.

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