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Ready to Try Something New?

To ease the challenges associated with pandemic-related remote teaching and learning, CogBooks will continue to make our online adaptive courseware available free of charge for first-time adopting instructors* and their students for a single academic term. And, we maintain our commitment to get you up and running within 72 hours or less including integration within your campus learning management system from the moment we receive your request.

Give CogBooks Courseware a Try!

The following courseware is available for immediate use.

Introduction to Logic

College Physics I (Algebra-based)

College Physics II (Algebra-based)

University Physics I (Calculus-based)

University Physics II (Calculus-based)

 

Introduction to Statistics

Anatomy & Physiology I

Anatomy & Physiology II

General Biology for Majors I

General Biology for Majors II

Introduction to Biology for Non-Majors

Cellular Biology

Genetics

U.S. History I

U.S. History II

Introduction to Psychology

CogBooks Courseware is ideal for classes taught remotely because our technology has been designed from the outset with online curricula in mind.

CogBooks Courseware shapes learning to individuals as a ready-to-adopt, adaptive online courseware solution that delivers text-based instruction, homework and assessment within a continuously adaptive learning environment. Instructors teaching online can be confident that learners get the support they need at the moment they need it because the learning experience adapts as each learner engages with instruction and assessment activities, and all learner engagement and  performance analytics are easy to view in the instructor dashboard and reporting tools. 

*Current offer applies to instructors who have never previously used, nor are currently using CogBooks courseware. Free access for students will expire at the end of the defined academic term, as indicated at the time of course setup. Offer limited to one courseware title, and to implementation for a single section of the associated course per instructor, with a maximum of 50 students per section unless otherwise indicated on behalf of CogBooks.