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MyOMLab: Starting the New Semester

January 20, 2015

myomlabAs you start the semester, Jay and I just want to remind you that Pearson has provided a huge variety of video tutorials to help you get stated (or restarted) with MyOMLab. The videos work for a first time user as well as a refresher. We are often surprised at the ever increasing variety of creative options available to enrich the student experience. And you may save yourself some time as well. MyOMLab is, indeed, a very rich educational tool, so there may be some features you are not yet using to their full advantage. Reviewing these videos may well be worth your time.

The site is easily accessed at:

Also, recall that our  24/7 site for instructor/students for technical support is: Or you can Phone 888-433-8435   for Instructors or 800-677-6337 for Students. We find that some extra time getting everyone ‘on board’ with MyOMLab the first few days of class is a good investment. Try to look over the new features that are accessed from the MyOMLab opening page.

And, of course, if you want to review how others are teaching the course or generate some ideas or innovative ways to present the material, you may find the many syllabi available on this blog helpful. The blog includes ideas for stimulating class participation, designing field trips, scheduling guest lectures, organizing classroom games and exercises, etc.

We hope you are off to a good start this semester

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