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Student iconGet started with MyLab and Mastering for your LMS

Select the MyLab and Mastering or Pearson link from the content area where your instructor added it. Depending on how your course is set up, there are different ways to access links and tools. Check with your instructor if you're not sure which of the following instructions apply.

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MyLab and Mastering integration

Select a MyLab and Mastering link under Course Content. Alternatively, under Books & Tools, select View course & institution tools. Then select the Pearson MyLab & Mastering link or another link such as Assignments or Course Home.

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Pearson integration

Under Books & Tools, select View course & institution tools and Pearson.

Books & Course Tools for the Pearson integration

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MyLab and Mastering integration

Do one of the following:

  • Select Tools and Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.

    Pearson's MyLab & Mastering icon

    Then select a MyLab and Mastering link.

    MyLab & Mastering tools

  • Select Tools and Content Market Tools.

    Content Market Tools icon

    Select Pearson MyLab & Mastering.

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    Next, select a MyLab and Mastering link.

    MyLab & Mastering tools

Pearson integration

Select Tools and then Pearson.

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Sours: https://help.pearsoncmg.com/integration/cg/student/content/get_started.htm

How to access Pearson MyLab or Mastering materials

Pearson REVEL Users:
If you have previously registered for a Pearson REVEL course, that Login/Password will not workwith MyLab or Mastering.  You will need to create a new account when enrolling in MyLab materials.  In the registration screens, create a NEW username and password (you can keep your UNM email on your profile). If you get a warning that you already have an account, bypass this by erasing anything in the username field and entering a new one.



*You will be charged for these materials through your UNM Bursar's account.  Instructions for 
how to opt out are included at the bottom of the page.

1. Click the link to open the "Course Materials" content area.

2. Click the "RedShelf Course Materials" link.

Click the link to open the Course Materials content area.


3
. Click the green “View Course Materials” button.

 Click the RedShelf Course Materials link.


4
. Click the green "Start Studying on Publisher’s Website" button. This will take you into the Pearson tool.

Click the green Start Studying on Publisher’s Website button. This will take you into the Pearson tool.


5
. Once in Pearson, click the yellow ‘Open Mylab & Mastering” button. This will open Pearson in a separate tab/window in your browser. If you have a pop-up blocker, you may need to make an exception. Note: links to Pearson support are located on this screen.

Click the green Start Studying on Publisher’s Website button. This will take you into the Pearson tool.


6
. If you already have your Pearson account linked with your UNM Learn account, this will launch your Pearson MyLab & Mastering course. If this is your first time accessing a Pearson MyLab or Mastering course, you will need to create a Pearson account. For creating a new account, see below.

a. Review the end-user license agreement and click the “I Accept” button.

Review the end-user license agreement and click the “I Accept” button.


b
. Click the “Create” button.

Click the Create button.


c
. Enter the name and email address you use at UNM. Create a password for Pearson. Complete the security question and answer section. Accept the license agreement. Click “Create Account”.

Fill in the necessary fields.


d
. After it is finished processing your new account request, you should receive a registration confirmation page. Click on the “Go to My Courses” button to access your MyLab or Mastering course. 

Click on Go to My Courses.


e
. In the future, you should be taken directly into your course after step 5, since you have now successfully created and linked your Pearson account with your UNM Learn account.

Final

If you would like to opt-out of this Inclusive Access product provided by UNM Bookstore, RedShelf: Pearson MyLab & Mastering, see the link before. This must be done prior to the deadline set by the UNM Bookstore. You will be responsible for gaining alternate access to your instructor’s course materials if you opt-out.

https://bookstore.unm.edu/t-1UNM_RedShelfOptout.aspx

Sours: https://online.unm.edu/help/learn/students/other-tools/mylab-mastering.html
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Pearson MyLab & Mastering                                   Pearson

What is Pearson MyLab & Mastering? 

MyLab and Mastering is the world's leading collection of online homework, tutorial, and assessment products designed to improve the results of higher education students.

Pearson offers integration between Moodle / myCourses and the MyLab & Mastering products.

Access to MyLab & Mastering

To create the connection to MyLab & Mastering products, instructors will need to add the Pearson MyLab & Mastering block to the course within Moodle / myCourses. This will automatically create a link in the top section of the course.

Once the link has been added, instructors will be able to use the link to go to Pearson and configure the MyLab & Mastering course materials. Students will be able to use the link to access the MyLab & Mastering course materials and assignments.

 

For additional information on Pearson MyLab & Mastering, please contact OIT.

Sours: https://www.lsue.edu/informationtech/pearson-mylab-mastering.php
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Resources

Those faculty who make use of Pearson’s MyLab and Mastering tool in your courses are able to take advantage of Canvas integration. This allows you to not have to access two separate websites, in order to assign and assess student work.

You will want to enable the Pearson MyLab and Mastering tool for each course that requires the integration. It isn’t something that is available universally, across all Canvas courses, since only a small percentage of faculty use this tool.

Here’s how to enable Pearson MyLab and Mastering tool within one of your courses:

  1. Log into Canvas as an instructor.
  2. Navigate to your Canvas course.
  3. Click Settings in the left hand navigation area of the course.settings
  4. Click the Navigation tab
  5. Scroll down to the hidden items section. Drag the MyLab and Mastering tool from under the Drag items here to hide them from students section to the desired position in the course navigation list above.drag-mylab
  6. Click Save

You will now have access to the MyLab and Mastering tool from within your Canvas course.

Time Zone Setting: Here are the steps to check the time zone that the course uses:
1. Enter your Canvas course
2.
Click on MyLabandMastering
3. Click on Open MyLabandMastering
4. Click on Manage Course
5. Click on Additional Course Settings
The Course settings will show the time zone for the course and you have the option to change it. Assignments created will use the same time that the course uses.

NOTE: Pearson Education has determined there is an issue with the current MyLab and Mastering LTI integration with Canvas. The symptom of the issue results in a blank page being displayed when the MyLab and Mastering navigation link is selected in the course by either the Instructor or Students. Pearson has developed an alternative method while they develop a solution. The workaround can be found at http://help.pearsoncmg.com/mylabmastering/canvas/instructor/en/Content/add_modules_for_pearson_content_cnv.htm

Please follow these instructions to integrate Pearson MyLab and Mastering into your course. If you have any questions, please contact Jim Evans (ext. 6508)

 

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Knowledge Base

Last modified on Thu, 19 Aug 2021

Register for your Pearson MyLab and Mastering products using Canvas:

  • Full video tutorial in YouTube: Pearson MyLab

  • Download Pearson's Canvas Integration Guide
  • Pearson Support website for faculty and students. Pearson Reps and support must assist directly with Pearson-specific questions.
  • Get assistance with the Canvas portion from Canvas Tier 2 Support/Canvas Administrators during business hours.
    • Call 801-957-5125, option #2 and ask to meet with Canvas Administrators or Instructional Technologists for direct assistance with course migration or creation.
    • For 24/7 Canvas General Support, please call 1-833-250-2077 (toll-free) or 1-801-957-5125 Option 2.

Important points:

  • If you are teaching a course for the first time (course creation) you will follow a different process than you would use in re-using a previous course (course copy and migration.)
  • Pearson MyLab products essentially function as a parallel LMS to Canvas and will integrate with Canvas to communicate seamlessly from the student perspective.
    • When Pearson is correctly connected to Canvas, students are prompted for a textbook access code the first time they click on a Pearson-linked assignment. Canvas saves this code and identifies the student in both systems.
  • Instructors must create your Pearson course presence first!  (Otherwise, it is possible to link courses incorrectly and create unwanted duplicate assignments which are tedious to fix.)

Course Creation Tips for First-time Pearson Users

  • Start in Pearson.
    • Each Pearson textbook has a corresponding course package which needs to be copied into the Instructor's individual Pearson account/area and re-named, edited-down, and planned with due dates, etc. Courses can also be borrowed from colleagues or copied from other schools' instructors in the Pearson community site.
    • Pearson courses will "trigger" the creation of assignments within Canvas the first time the two locations are linked.
    • To avoid unwanted duplication, complete your Pearson components first, then link to Canvas.
    • Additional Canvas pages and assignments can be added after Pearson is connected, and will show only in Canvas.

    • To bypass using Pearson's separate site, ask your Pearson rep for specific written directions for an "export" package of all course materials, a .qti export of quizzes & test banks, or a common cartridge/zip file export.  Pearson prefers you to use their site, but some courses can be efficiently handled in Canvas without linking to external publisher sites.

  • You must manually sync grades from Pearson to Canvas in order for student work to show in your Canvas grade book. Repeat daily or as often as needed.

Course Copy Tips: Re-using & Migrating Previous Semester's Courses

  1. Start in Pearson.
  2. Duplicate your previous semester's Pearson course and rename it for the new semester. *Use the Canvas course name or something similar that is easy to remember and locate by date.
  3. Update due dates in Pearson.
  4. Locate & retain the course code for your new Pearson course to then input in Canvas manually/or email the course code to Canvas Administrators.
  5. If no course content has changed between semesters, migrate your previous semester's Canvas course content to your new Canvas course shell. Canvas Administrators can help. See HelpDoc How do I copy content from one Canvas course to another?
    1. Your course will already have Pearson MyLab & Mastering tab enabled in the Canvas course navigation menu. 
    2. If course content, assignments, or assignment names have changed, you may need to revert to directions for new users and new courses (above) or be prepared to delete duplicate assignments manually.
  6. Click on the new Canvas course's navigation menu MyLab & Mastering tab to input the new Pearson course code.
    1. Locate the line to input your course code.
  7. Sync grades manually to see Pearson changes in Canvas grade book/assignments area or alternatively select the checkbox to auto-sync.

Enable Pearson MyLab & Mastering in the Course's Navigation Menu:

  1. From your course's navigation menu on the left, click Settings.
  2. From the tabs at the top, select Navigation tab. Full tutorial on this process: How do I re-order and hide course navigation links?
    1. SLCC Canvas Administrators have pre-placed the Pearson LTI/App tool in all Canvas course Navigation lists in the dormant area for Instructors to enable. 
  3. Drag MyLab & Mastering navigation bar to the enabled/visible area and save changes.
  4. In the Canvas course navigation menu, click on the MyLab & Mastering navigation bar to input your Pearson course code.

Grading

 Pearson Grade Sync is manual unless the instructor selects the check-box for Automatic Sync in the MyLab & Mastering tab access page.

Manual Grade Sync

  • Begin at the course navigation menu and select the MyLab & Mastering tab.
  • Select Sync Grades, then checkbox for Sync All (or a single assignment.)

  • Select Sync Now and wait for processing.  
  • Sync is complete and needs to be repeated daily or weekly in order for Canvas to display accurate student grades.

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