Connect Reading 3.0 Online Access0th Edition
Connect Reading 2.0 is an all-digital option that can be used either standalone, or to enhance a print-based developmental reading curriculum. It offers optimal breadth and flexibility, and includes a leveled eBook reader with compelling readings across disciplines, genres, and Lexile levels, supported by a range of auto-graded and open-ended activities, as well as Power of Process and Adaptive Learning Assignments.
o A Love that Gives Her Paws
o An Open Letter to My Kids About Suing Mom and Dad
o Have You Seen My Brother Standing in the Shadows?
o Marital bliss? Maybe Jay Z and Beyoncé don’t have it all figured out
o Textbook Excerpt: Peers and the Sociocultural World
• Student/College Success
o Building a Better Brain is within Every Student’s Power
o College Scholarships: He’s Got an App for That
o Fiala on Ethics: Brain Hackers Raise Social Questions about Learning, Understanding
o Is College Still Worth it? Pew Research Says Yes
o Setting and Achieving Goals (Textbook Excerpt)
o The Truth about Multitasking
o Tips for Better Time Management
o World Sleep Day is Meant to be a Wake-Up Call
o Connecting School and Job Success (Textbook Excerpt) by Sharon K. Ferrett
o Love Contracts Help Employers Avoid the Pitfalls of Office Romances by Diane Stafford
o Managing the Five Stages of an Interview (Textbook Excerpt) by Donna Yena
o As Many as 50% of Students Admit to Cheating in College by Michael Kerwin
o Can One Sibling Pull the Plug If the Others Don't Want To? by Janelle Nanos
o Fatal Fashion: Movement Seeks Way to Change Global Clothing Production by Claudia Buck
o Medical Ethicists Say Stop Guantanamo Force-Feeding by Carol Rosenberg
o On Campus: Author Discusses Cheating Culture with College Students
o Social and Ethical Criticisms of Advertising (Textbook Excerpt)
• Reading and Study Skills
o Reading and Study Skills
Logical Patterns of Organization
Fact and Opinion
Inferences and Conclusions
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With a single point of access, Connect seamlessly integrates with every learning management system on the market today. Quickly access registration, attendance, assignments, grades, and course resources in real time in one, familiar location.
Implementation and digital support
We provide self-directed resources, local, on campus training, and live webinar sessions, to get you up and running in a way that works for you, and to help you get the most out of Connect. We maintain a technical support team available to both instructors and students for any questions that might arise while using Connect.Learn More
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