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MyOMLab: Tips For Using MyOMLab This Spring

December 31, 2012

myomlabJay and I want to thank you for adopting MyOMLab for your course this Spring semester.  Whether you are an experienced user or brand new to the program, our team at Pearson has created many resources and tools to help you get the most out of MyOMLab.

Getting Started:

Here are some resources to help as you get started with MyOMLab..

  Tutorial Videos – located on the Pearson Instructor YouTube Channel and accessible via the Tours and Training page of MyOMLab, these videos provide a visual demonstration of many tasks and functions within the MyOMLab.  They are separated into Playlists to find searching for the right video at the right time easier.

  • Click here  to access the Getting Started Video Series
  • Click here  (during the term) to access the Getting the Most Out of MyOMLab Series
  • Click here  to access the Gradebook Series
  • Click here  if you are a returning user and need to simply transition to the new term

 Interactive User Guide – located on the MyOMLab home page under the Tours and Training tab, this searchable user guide offers step-by-step instructions and links to our tutorial videos throughout. (Click here)

  Virtual Classroom Training Sessions – If you prefer a personal touch, we offer virtual training sessions led by experienced users. Click here to view the schedule. (Be sure to click “Show all meetings”.)

First Day of Class:

Here is  step-by-step registration and enrollment documentation that you can customize as needed to help your students get registered. (click here to access.)

Technical Support:

We provide both students and instructors with 24/7 technical support in 4 ways:

Search Online Knowledge Base ; Chat 24/7 with a Support Representative ;  Email 24/7 Help Request Form ; or Phone  877-987-6625

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