News & Events

Find out what's happening with MyMathLab for School. What conferences are we going to? When are new features going to release and what are they? And how is this technology changing the way people teach and learn mathematics and statistics?

What's New for Summer 2017?

Friday, 6/16/2017 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

The MyMathLab for School Summer 2017 release - scheduled for June 21, 2017 - increases levels of customization and flexibility for instructors for in-progress assignments and simplifies the teaching and learning experience with ease of use updates. Learn more.

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What's New for December 2016?

Thursday, 12/22/2016 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

The enhancements described on the December 2016 Updates page will be released for MyMathLab for School on December 23, 2016.

There will be no downtime with this release.

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What's New for June 2016?

Monday, 6/13/2016 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

The enhancements described below will be released for MyMathLab for School on or around June 25, 2016.

There will be no downtime with this release.

 

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Reporting Service Now Available for District Administrators

Monday, 4/04/2016 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

Administrators--get access to valuable information on teacher usage of MyMathLab for School with our new district reporting service!

Find out more on our District Reporting page. NOTE: A minimum of 500 students using MyMathLab for School in the current school year is required.

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What's New for January 2016

Friday, 12/04/2015 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

The enhancements described below will be released for MyMathLab for School on December 22nd, unless otherwise noted.

There will be no downtime with this release.

 

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What's New for June 2015

Wednesday, 6/10/2015 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

On June 27, 2015, MyMathLab for School will be updated with the new features described below.

Due to this upgrade, MyMathLab for School courses will not be available on Saturday, June 27 from 3:00 AM EDT to 01:00 PM EDT. The actual downtime may be shorter, but please do not schedule any tests or other assignments during this time.

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Attending NCTM 2015? Visit our booth or attend our workshop!

Friday, 2/13/2015 | By: mmls | Category: Events

Whether you're thinking about purchasing MyMathLab for School or you're a seasoned user with questions, we'd love to meet you. MyMathLab for School team members will be attending the NCTM conference in Boston. Be sure to stop by the Pearson booth to see us, or attend our workshop to explore different ways of implementing MyMathLab for School in your classroom:

336.6- Transform Teaching and Learning with MathXL for School
Friday, April 17, 2015: 8:00 - 9:00 AM
153B (BCEC)

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What's New for January 2015?

Tuesday, 12/02/2014 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

On December 27, 2014, MyMathLab for School will be updated with the new features described below.

Due to this upgrade, MyMathLab for School courses will not be available on Saturday, December 27 from 6:00 AM EST to 12:00 PM (noon) EST. The actual downtime may be shorter, but please do not schedule any tests or other assignments during this time.

Study Plan Enhancements

Companion Study Plan

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Mobile Support for Back-to-School 2014

Thursday, 7/10/2014 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

iPad

MyMathLab will support mobile devices starting this summer, in time for the beginning of the school year. For more information, visit Mobile Support and read the Mobile FAQs. In the meantime, get a sneak peak at some math exercises in the new mobile interface below.

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What's New for Summer 2014?

Tuesday, 6/17/2014 | By: mmls | Category: Product Updates

Mark Your Calendar

On July 10, 2014, MyMathLab will be updated with the new features described below. In addition, scheduled maintenance will occur on two other days in June. 

MyMathLab courses will not be available at the following times:

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