Getting started with MathXL is easier than ever! We offer several ways for you to learn about MathXL and how to incorporate into your course.

Training Options Available

Sign Up for a Live Online Training Workshop

90-minute WebEx sessions: All participants view the trainers' computer screen and have the opportunity to interact with MathXL during the workshop. You'll need a computer with a broadband (T1, cable, DSL) Internet connection and a phone to call into the toll-free conference line. WebEx sessions are limited to 10 attendees to optimize the workshop experience.

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Participating in Pearson's College Readiness Pilot Program?

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Local On-Campus Training

Training sessions are tailored to prepare you and your colleagues to successfully implement MathXL in your math courses. To schedule an on-campus faculty training session, contact your local Addison-Wesley or Prentice Hall sales director or technology specialist.

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Faculty Advocates Offering Peer-to-Peer Assistance

Communicate with college instructors experienced in teaching with MathXL. Our MathXL Faculty Advocates are available to advise and share their instructional strategies with educators interested in incorporating MathXL into their courses.

Find a Faculty Advocate

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Learn about Customized Training Options

We can arrange special training sessions customized to meet your school's specific needs and address issues related to various course delivery methods, including traditional, hybrid, self-paced, lab based, and distance learning. Email us to discuss your unique individual or group training requests.

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For More Information

For more detailed information related to all faculty training, mentoring, and support, email us.

If you have technical questions or need technical support for MathXL and MyMathLab, please contact our Educator Support Team.

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Additional Help

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Frequently Asked Questions


Online help is also available from within your MathXL course.