Deliver learning in a way that helps students build confidence, understand concepts and lead them to concept mastery. The results? Increased student success.
WebAssign learning content has been carefully researched, authored and coded by in-house subject matter experts with years of teaching experience to significantly impact student learning outcomes. With content that supports the needs of specific courses, measurements to enhance prerequisite skills and applications that make coursework engaging and relevant, WebAssign is designed to help you improve the quality of students’ learning experiences.
WebAssign Learning Tools Designed to Move Students from Memorization to Mastery
Cengage textbook content in WebAssign includes more than just questions and answers. Skill-building tutorials, instructional videos, and just-in-time support are available to help students achieve their learning goals.
Every discipline has their own unique needs from labs and simulations to projects and case studies, Click here to see what’s available in your discipline.
Master It Tutorials
Strengthen student problem-solving skills with these multi-step tutorials that provide concise direction and easy-to-follow calculations, so students understand the concepts and reasoning behind the problem solving.
Video Example problems require students to first watch a video conceptualizing the problem and then answer questions that measure their concept acquisition.
Narrated and closed-captioned Watch It videos walk students through the proper steps to solve a similar problem to facilitate the learning process while studying and completing homework.
Quick Prep Modules
Address readiness gaps with questions that are designed to review prerequisite knowledge before the course begins. Assign any of these Quick Prep modules early in the course or whenever the review is most needed.
Just in Time Exercises
Exercises that let students check their mastery of prerequisite skills while they work through their assigned coursework ensures students at all levels can continuing course progress.
Better understand your students’ problem-solving process with these expanded versions of existing textbook questions. Students are required to include the intermediary steps they used to derive their final answer.