Aligning Assessment and Analytics with Achievement to Improve Student Success
There is an ongoing national debate concerning how to best measure student learning outcomes in higher education. Do greater analytics and measurement truly lead to greater student achievement? How can we best use data to hold institutions and students accountable for their performance?
College readiness: Preparing and supporting returning learners
Technology solutions that enable educators to teach foundational courses in new, more engaging, more interactive, and, ultimately, more successful ways.
Customizing technology to engage today’s students
From electronic supplements to interactive applications, Pearson can fully customize the kinds of tools needed to engage, stimulate, and connect to 21st-century students both online and in the classroom.
Eight Economical, Ecological, Pedagogical, and Just Plain Smart Reasons to Offer eBooks in Your Next Course.
The following eight reasons detail why the time is right for your campus to explore the eBook opportunities that are appropriate for your students. Pearson Learning Solutions can help guide the way.
Increased student success and achievement through actionable insights
By identifying at-risk students using key indicators of student performance and patterns for success, instructors and administrators are able to guide them toward more successful learning paths.
Maximize your digital content usage with a digital repository.
Create, store and share your teaching and learning content, all within one platform.
Not all digital repositories are created EQUELLA.
Improve student performance and outcomes by centralizing your program content with EQUELLA. This digital repository can be shared across courses, programs, institutions and more – anywhere and anytime. No more wondering where the best learning content can be found.
Online Program Optimization and Efficiency:
Harnessing the Power of Online Program Administration
Online classrooms are becoming increasingly popular, but serving the needs of online students is not always a simple task. This article from Pearson outlines the trends in online education and provides specific solutions for universities looking to expand their online presence.
Pearson's Groundbreaking Mobile Learning Program
Pearson LearningStudio Brochure:
Are You Ready for the Future of Online Learning?
The long-awaited sea change in higher education is upon us. The children of pervasive technology—the “digital natives”—have forever altered the composition of the college campus from a one-dimensional, physical concept to a multi-dimensional one consisting of both physical and online environments. No generation is more comfortable with online, collaborative technologies than those who have grown up immersed in it.
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Provide a comprehensive picture of student achievement through technology
TCSPP provides highly effective blended-online learning programs with evidence-based curriculum, thanks to real-time data on student learning activity that is actionable, valuable, and easy-to-use.
Raising the Bar: The Power of Pearson’s MyLab and Mastering Programs
Online resources, when created to meet the needs of students and instructors, make teaching and learning more effective. When educators require and integrate these products into their course, they and their students experience the highest success rates and return on investment. With that goal in mind, Pearson has developed a broad portfolio of products to assist universities in developing their online presence.
Student Engagement with Enhanced Blended and Online Learning Course Development
Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, is introducing an enhanced version of its CODiE Award-winning CourseConnect customizable online courses, to save instructors even more time and provide greater engagement and achievement for students.
Teaching, Learning, and Sharing:
How Today’s Higher Education Faculty Use Social Media
Faculty are big users of and believers in social media. Virtually all higher education teaching faculty are aware of the major social media sites; more than three-quarters visited a social media site within the past month for their personal use; and nearly one-half posted content. Even more impressive is their rate of adoption of social media in their professional lives: over 90% of all faculty are using social media in courses they’re teaching or for their professional careers outside the classroom.
The Efficacy (and Inevitability) of Online Learning in Higher Education
The efficacy of online learning is not without its challenges: institutions are still learning how to successfully package and deliver online courses and programs, and students are still learning how to learn online.