Hi. I’m here to talk to you about the exciting Digital Interactives in MyLab Economics. We know many instructors are looking for engaging, easy-to-assign digital tools that help students understand fundamental concepts. These tools should also allow educators to present those fundamentals in new and exciting ways—whether in a traditional, hybrid, or online course.
Digital Interactives in MyLab Economics help you do all this and more. They change the way students engage with core economic topics and learn the basics. And they keep students learning actively—and even having fun—along the way.
Each Digital Interactive is available in two versions. The presentation version helps instructors draw students into their lectures—in traditional, online, and hybrid classrooms. And an assignable version immerses students in an auto-graded homework activity.
Many Digital Interactives offer real-time graph displays that use comprehensive and up-to-date economic data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Change a date or data set on the fly and the graph becomes a dynamic display tool that fuels classroom conversation and learning like never before.
Digital Interactives are currently available for key concepts such as opportunity cost, comparative advantage, unemployment, the consumer price index, and monetary policy. And new Digital Interactives on other topics are just around the corner.
If you want to learn more about how Digital Interactives in MyLab Economics help students better master core concepts, go to MyLab Economics.com. And if you want to find out about all of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products, be sure to check out Pearsonmylabandmastering.com. Thanks for watching.