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Learn more about Inclusive Access and how it ensures that every student has equitable access to course materials on the first day of class.
After the first full implementation of ALEKS Math in three sections in Fall 2021, ASU Online experienced an 11% increase in student success.
Check out this Inclusive Access Case Study from Florida State College Jacksonville.
Check out the latest Inclusive Access Case Study at Copiah Lincoln Community College.
A study completed by Dr. Michael Moore at the University of New Hampshire found that Inclusive Access helped students receive a higher grade at reduced costs at a faster rate.
In the spring of 2021, Florida State College Jacksonville implemented Inclusive Access courses that saved students over $350,000 on materials.
Two years ago, Dr. Wyld implemented Connect Master and Inclusive Access to his Principles of Management course. The result? Student's overall grades and confidence improved throughout the semester.
Teaching a course like General Microbiology can be tough when it's required for most students. Using Connect Smartbook® and LearnSmart® helped deliver better student outcomes.
Learn how utilizing Connect® helped UAB increase student retention by 53% in their Spanish 101 course.
When instructors Larson & Missimer wanted to integrate their Dietary Assessment Project (DAP) with their LMS, McGraw Hill's Connect® made execution easy and impactful.
Read how Connect has positively impacted students at Virginia Tech with face-to-face and remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn how instructors at Texas Tech University have been able to build courses to meet their needs and stay up to date on the latest technology in their field.
This theme-based approach helped instructors at St. Charles Community College make biology relatable to gen-ed students.
When Professor Uvarov of Fresno City College noticed students were struggling to pass their Introductory Chemistry course, she knew a change needed to be made.