Tours and Training for MyLabsPlus

Whether you are just getting started, want to learn more, or have questions, the MyLabsPlus team is here to help. We offer several ways for you to learn, as described below.

Administrative Training

Administrators will receive customized training on the use of MyLabsPlus in order to help instructors and students make the best use of the program.

Live, Online Training

Sign up for a 90-minute WebEx training session. All participants view the trainers' computer screen and can use MyMathLab during the workshop. Each attendee needs a computer with a broadband (T1, cable, DSL) Internet connection and a phone to call into the toll-free conference line. These online sessions are limited to 10 attendees to optimize the workshop experience

Local, On-Campus Training

Schedule an on-campus faculty training session with a Pearson training representative. Training sessions are tailored to prepare your program to successfully implement MyLabsPlus in your course. Ask about our First Day of Class student orientation.

Customized Training Options

Email us to discuss your unique individual or group training requests. We can arrange a specialized training program to meet your department or school's specific needs, including various instructional techniques such as  traditional, hybrid, self-paced, lab-based, and distance learning approaches.

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"MyPsychLab has become an indispensable tool for me, especially for managing large lecture courses. The tools in MyPsychLab improve my teaching, make me more accessible to my students, and help me communicate with my students. My students benefit from MyPsychLab, too. It helps them study more efficiently via technologies that are a central part of their lives."

Instructor Mark Laumakis,
San Diego State University and University of San Diego


"I can design the entire student experience from my screen and then know that MyAccountingLab will take care of the rest, including immediate feedback and solid student resources"

Instructor Alan Terpstra,
William Penn University