Cengage (formerly Thomson Learning), a leading textbook publisher in higher education, produces textbooks and state-of-the-art, tailored learning solutions for instructors and institutions around the world. Cengage provides textbooks for leading non-profit and for-profit institutions, and has recently increased its commitment to digital products. Cengage offers course supplements, full online courses and full online programs through the Pearson LearningStudio system. Additionally, Pearson eCollege has an integration with CNOW, Cengage's eLearning product, which further extends textbooks to include assignments and resources.
Class.com grew from a research and development project at the University of Nebraska aimed at applying research about cognition and learning, to creating a curriculum for students who are underserved in traditional settings. Cross-disciplinary teams of instructional designers, subject-matter experts, classroom teachers, multimedia developers and software engineers have developed standards-based courses to ensure that all students have an opportunity to succeed. Class.com courseware combines direct instruction with practice, repetition, exploration and immediate feedback — all the principles of good instruction, including one-to-one attention from a teacher. This approach gives challenged students an opportunity for individual attention with engaging technology and integrated learning tools. Pearson LearningStudio serves as Class.com's platform provider to distribute the Class.com courses to Pearson Educational Partners.
Elsevier develops innovative content related to the scientific, technical and allied health communities. All of Elsevier's textbook-related products are available for adoption on the Pearson LearningStudio platform. Our continued relationship enables us to continue to look at new ways to deliver instructionally rich online courses and resources that will enhance the online learning experience for students and instructors. Elsevier's focus on the allied health professions, nursing and medicine works in parallel with many of Pearson eCollege's partner institutions that continue to see rapid growth for lifelong careers within the healthcare industry.
Houghton Mifflin publishes textbooks, instructional technology, assessments and other educational materials for elementary, secondary schools and post- secondary schools. Houghton Mifflin's rich online content is available and ready for instructors to use in the Pearson LearningStudio platform. As we continue to look at new ways to grow our partnership, Houghton Mifflin has developed a series of Professional Training courses aimed at training instructors to use HM textbooks more efficiently. These courses can be found at www.hmco.ecollege.com.
Jones & Bartlett Learning provides instructional, assessment and learning-performance management solutions for the secondary, post-secondary, and professional markets.
Macmillan Higher Education publishes high quality content with a strong focus toward innovation and course redesign. Macmillan Higher Education includes Bedford/St. Martin's, W. H. Freeman, Worth Publishers, Hayden McNeil, i>clicker, and Bedford, Freeman, and Worth High School.
McGraw-Hill Education addresses virtually every aspect of the education market from pre-K through professional learning. By partnering with Pearson eCollege, McGraw-Hill has made it easier for Pearson eCollege instructors and students to deliver and take a course online. McGraw-Hill textbooks are packaged with an Online Learning Center (OLC) that provides instructors with rich course materials developed for online education. The use of traditional materials, online learning and multimedia tools improves the growth of teachers, professionals and students of all ages. As a Pearson eCollege partner, McGraw-Hill uses technical innovations to help change the way people learn with e-books, or customized courses and Web resources.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is a global publisher of print and electronic products and textbooks, specializing in scientific, technical, medical books and journals, and other educational materials for faculty and students. Wiley and Pearson eCollege have worked together to make its library of eLearning supplements for textbooks available to instructors and students using the Pearson LearningStudio platform.