So glad you asked! First, sign up for a MobLab instructor account. Access for instructors is free and you’ll be able to explore our activity library. Once you create an account, you can schedule an online professor pedagogy meeting with our education team. We’ll walk you through best practices and ways to pair activities for the best learning outcomes.
Does MobLab offer department or institutional pricing?
Yes! We are happy to work with departments and institutions to offer MobLab to students. Please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with details on the classes that expect to use MobLab, expected student enrollment, terms dates, and we’ll prepare a quote to share with your administrator.
Can MobLab be part of Inclusive Access course materials?
You bet! We work with vendors RedShelf and VitalSource so that MobLab can be part of your Inclusive Access course materials. Have your inclusive access administrator get in touch with us (email@example.com) to for details.
Can MobLab be offered in my campus bookstore?
Yes! MobLab can send campus bookstores MobLab Student Access Codes so students who need to purchase from the bookstore can do so. Please send your bookstore manager our contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I bundle MobLab with my textbook?
MobLab can be bundled with leading Economics textbooks, including those published by Macmillan and McGraw-Hill. We have also partnered with Cengage to include MobLab for MindTap users.
Is this for inside the class or outside of the class?
Both! While most instructors use MobLab in the class, a growing percentage is using it out of the class or a mix.
I am a High School Instructor. Can I use MobLab with my AP students?
Our high school pricing starts at a 50% percent discount of our displayed higher ed prices. We wish we took fun electives in high school, so we make an extra effort to work with AP instructors and districts through grants and other initiatives.
Still have questions?
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