Some sections of some of our courses require the use of MyMathLab. In other sections of some courses, it is an optional supplement.Register for MyMathLab
Use MyMathLab to access the textbook free for 14 days
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MyMathLab is an interactive online resource that accompanies the text. It includes a copy of the textbook in pdf form.
Included in MyMathLab
Check with your instructor before the start of the semester if you need to know. Some of our courses have a custom textbook, which is only sold in a la carte form (loose leaf with three holes). These books are only sold new at ACC bookstores, and therefore all include MyMathLab access. If you are taking a course that does not use a custom book, you may want to wait until after the first day of class to purchase materials.
If you don't have a computer, or don't have broadband internet access, you can still enroll in lecture sections that require MyMathLab. Talk to your instructor about your situation, and he or she will come up with an accommodation.
These two types of sections require MyMathLab, and do not make accommodations for students without internet access:
Each year, the math department sets up MyMathLab course ID's for general student access, so that students can benefit from the features available in MyMathLab even if their instructor does not set up a customized course. Be aware that work done in these courses cannot be viewed by your instructor, and therefore will not contribute toward your grade. See the following:
Students in sections that require MyMathLab also have the option of purchasing just MyMathLab access, as a stand-alone product. MyMathLab includes an electronic form of the textbook, so students purchasing MyMathLab only can still access pages from the textbook.
See Course Materials for more information