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MyOMLab: Getting Ready for the Fall Semester–Some Tips

August 22, 2012

As we start this new semester, Jay and I would like to welcome new and returning faculty and the 15,000 new students who will be using MyOMLab this Fall. This is really wonderful software that we have spent many, many hours developing to make student assessment,  homework and exams easy for you as the instructor and enjoyable for your students. Our publisher has also made a great package of tools available to help you use the system and we encourage you to try them out.

  Interactive User Guides: Our searchable user guides offer step-by-step instructions and links to training tutorial videos, so you can read how to do something and then watch it being done! The guide also includes a “first day of class” form to distribute to students to help them sign on.

LIVE WebEx Training Sessions: Attend a MyOMLab training session. These are intimate virtual training sessions led by experienced users who can offer you advice. Click “Show All Meetings” to see the complete list of available sessions. There is a session almost every day that will meet your needs.

MyOMLab in New Design
Read about the latest version of MyOMLab and what it means to you. This is created by our Customer Experience Manager, Matthew Dorsey (matthew.dorsey@pearson.com).  Matt is available to help you get started this Fall. He understands all of the nuances of MyOMLab.

Tech Support:
1-888-433-8435
Monday through Friday,
8 AM to 8 PM (ET)

Your Local Pearson Sales Representative:

(Not sure who it is?)  You can search by school here: http://www.pearsonhighered.com/educator/replocator/. Your rep will even come to your classes the 1st week to help get everyone started.

And please feel free to contact us at jheizer@omniglobal.com or brender@cfl.rr.com. Our marketing manager, Jami, also welcomes your call or email: jami.minard@pearson.com.

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