Moving your course online?
We're here to help.

Start with these 3 steps,

  1. Set Up Your Course
  2. Get Your Students Started
  3. Track Student Progress

Virtual Proctoring

Free proctoring resources through LockDown Browser® and Respondus Monitor® through June 17th, 2020. Learn More

Step 1: Set Up Your Course

With ALEKS, you can quickly and effectively move to an online course!

Peer-Led Webinars to Get you Started

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Last Min Prep Resources to help!

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ALEKS Basics

Math- How to Build your ALEKS Course

Chemistry- How to Build your ALEKS Course



Assessments in ALEKS

Remote Proctoring

Free Online Proctoring Resources - For both current users and any new ALEKS users, be sure to enable the LockDown Browser, always free, and Respondus Monitor settings, now available at no additional cost to students through June 17th, 2020. Learn More

Step 2: Get Your Students Started

ALEKS Student Registration Resources by LMS

Direct your students to a registration video to get started.

Videos to Help Students Learn ALEKS

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Step 3: Track Student Progress

Even though you can’t see your students in person, you can keep up with them in real-time using our reports.

ALEKS Insights to help you intervene before it’s too late.

Overview of ALEKS Reports

McGraw Hill: Support At Every Step

Hurricane Florence 2018

"McGraw Hill ALEKS made it easy for me to transition my course to an online format."

Elizabeth Creath
Mathematics Lecturer
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Need More Help?

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*The McGraw Hill ALEKS COVID-19 limited free access offer available for U.S. higher ed institutions only. Schools outside the U.S. should contact their local McGraw Hill representative for details in their global region.