Available Resources

From your first log-in to your fifth year of teaching with MyMathLab, there are many ways to deepen your knowledge about using MyMathLab for School. Explore our full range of options below.

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How-to Videos

We offer a full range of how-to videos to help orient you to MyMathLab’s many features and capabilities.

How-to Tip Sheets

We’ve assembled a library of downloadable and printable tip sheets to walk you through some best practices and deepen your MyMathLab knowledge and expertise.

Step-by-Step Tutorials

Whether you are just beginning or an advanced user, we have 15 different lessons to help you create and teach a great course. These step-by-step lessons guide you through MyMathLab with detailed instructions, video examples, and interactive practice for beginning, intermediate, and advanced users.

Embedded Help System

Once you have registered and signed in to MyMathLab, be sure to look for the help resources available within the product:

Teachers & Students: Look for the ? symbol in the upper right corner of nearly every page for detailed information about the menus and options on the page you are currently viewing.

Teachers: Look for the Help & Support link in the upper right corner of your screen in order to access special teacher resources.

Attend On-Demand Training

Free on-demand training at MySavvasTraining

You and other colleagues at your school can attend on-demand training sessions in which you become familiar with the platform features and walkthrough getting started.

To attend a free session with a training consultant, please visit: https://mysavvastraining.com/products/mymathlab

Arrange In-person Workshops

Inservice training

We can arrange special training sessions customized to meet your school’s specific needs and address issues related to various course delivery methods, including traditional, hybrid, self-paced, lab-based, and distance learning models.

Talk to your Savvas Account Manager to discuss your unique individual or group training requests.