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7.4. Pearson eText

Getting Started

Before registering or accessing any Pearson products, please check and verify web browser settings by visiting the corresponding website. Please read the requirements for each browser.

Gaining Access

There are two ways that the Pearson eText may be embedded into your course:

  1. Integrated Model access the eText from a link in the Content area of your course.
  2. MyLab and Mastering widget access the eText via a widget on the course homepage.

Integrated Model

Review the Steps for Accessing the Online Materials document in the course. Check the Getting Started or the How to access Pearson Mastering document in the Start Here! module of the course. Then, open the link to Pearson eText.


Screenshot showing the Steps for Accessing Online Materials and Link to Pearson eText documents in the content area of a course.

The page that opens will contain a link similar to the one shown in the image below. Select the link to open the Pearson Product Selection page.

Image showing the Link to Pearson eText page.

An End User License and Privacy Agreement statement similar to the one below will be displayed. Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose I Agree.

End user and privacy license agreement

On the Pearson Product Selection page, the option to enter your Access Code or Buy Now. It is highly recommended in order to avoid problems and errors students only purchase access codes from the TN eCampus Virtual Bookstore Opens in new window. If materials are purchased through any other means, TN eCampus is unable to resolve problems with other vendors.

Image displays the Pearson Product Selection page.
The page will advance and prompt for the access code. Choose Next to complete the registration.

Product selection page prompting the student to enter the access code.

Access your eText via the MyLabs & Master Widget

Choose the Pearson's MyLab and Mastering link located in the top left of the course homepage.
Pearson MyLab and Mastering link located on the course homepage.

A message, "Application Pearson's MyLab and Mastering v1.0 by Pearson's MyLab and Mastering is trying to access your information. Would you like to proceed?" will be displayed. Check Do not ask me again for this application and select Continue.

Image of the information access notification

Then select the link on the Pearson page to your course. Once you've selected the course, complete steps 3 through 5 of the integrated model instructions (above) to gain access to the online materials.

Pearson Tutorial Video

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