Experts across Pearson have come together to build a Resource Hub with tips, best practices, and guidance to help you make a fast and efficient move to online teaching and learning. Our hub includes everything from video tutorials, on-demand webinars, and live training sessions to quick tips, and access to Pearson digital materials through the end of term*. We’ll be updating this site regularly with even more helpful resources in the days and weeks ahead.
We have a library of product-related, on-demand webinars facilitated by our Faculty Advisors who will walk you through how to transition any courses you’re teaching on one of our digital platforms: MyLab™, Mastering™, or Revel™. Additionally, you will find Faculty Handbooks to help reinforce the webinars, as well as live training sessions for you to ask specific questions during dates/times that work best for you.
Pearson product training sites are also available for MyLab & Mastering, Revel and Learning Catalytics and include resources such as QuickStart Guides and webinars.
Our Faculty Advisors have scheduled live training sessions — Faculty Office Hours — where you have the opportunity to ask them questions and discuss any challenges that you may be having. There are a variety of days/times available; select one that works best for you.
We understand that many of your students have been separated from their books and will need access to digital versions of Pearson materials. If your class uses a Pearson product supported through VitalSource or RedShelf, you and your students can access these ebooks at no additional charge for the remainder of the term*. Our efforts are designed to help students who can’t access their previously purchased course materials/books because of travel/location restrictions related to COVID-19. We’ve set up dedicated websites for both faculty and students.
Both Pearson partners offer the ability to search their site by Title/ISBN.
For campuses using VitalSource, visit VitalSource Helps and select the “Bookshelf App”.
For those using RedShelf, visit Redshelf Responds and select “Access Free eBooks”.
If you are not sure which your institution uses, search your campus website or contact your Pearson Representative for assistance.
If you have questions on how to transition your course from print to digital, contact your Pearson Representative. For technical support, visit our online self-service tools.
*This applies to terms that started on or before March 18, 2020.