Pearson REVEL Instructions

The instructions below explain the steps needed to make Pearson REVEL available to students in a UNM Learn course.  Note: prior to the semester, arrangements must be made through the UNM Bookstore in order for these tools to work.  

Documentation for students has also been provided:  See Pearson REVEL Instructions.  (Includes how to opt out.)

Create a "Course Materials" content area

1. Click the "+" sign above the course menu and select "Content Area."

Click the plus sign above the course menu.  Select

2. Type “Course Materials” in the "Name" field.  Put a check next to  “Available to Users,” then click “Submit.”

*Optional* -  Move "Course Materials" to a different spot in the course menu.  The new content area you just created will be at the bottom of the course menu.  Mouse over the left side of the title until you see a 4-sided arrow.  Click and drag to any location in the course menu.

Enter “Course Materials” for the name, check the option to make the area “Available to Users” and then click “Submit”.



Add the RedShelf tool and Content Market to the course.

1.  In the Control Panel, select Customization > Tool Availability.

 In the Control Panel, select “Customization” and then click “Tool Availability”.

2.  In the Tool Availability screen, locate the “Content Market” tool and check the box in the “Available in Content Area” column.

In the Tool Availability screen, locate the “Content Market” tool and check the box in the “Available in Content Area” column.

3.  Locate the “RedShelf” tool and check the box in the “Available in Content Area” column.

Locate the “RedShelf” tool and check the box in the “Available in Content Area” column.

4.  Click the “Submit” button.

Create the RedShelf link in the Course Materials content area.

1.  Click the Course Materials link from the course menu to open it.

2.  Click the “Build Content” button and select “RedShelf.”

Click the Course Materials link from the course menu to open it.

3.  In the "Name" field, type “RedShelf Course Materials.” Click “Submit.”

In the Available Partners area, select “Pearson REVEL.”  The “Link accounts” screen will appear.

 

Create the Open REVEL link in the Course Materials content area.

1.  If necessary, click the Course Materials link from the course menu to open it.

2.  Click the "Partner Content" button.  Select "Content Market.”

Click the “Partner Content” button.  Select “Content Market.”

3.  In the Available Partners area, select "Pearson."  The "Link accounts" screen will appear.

 In the Available Partners area, select “Pearson REVEL.”  The “Link accounts” screen will appear.

4. Create a new account, or enter your information to link an existing account.

 Create a new account, or enter your existing information to

 

Find and add new Pearson content

1.  Enter the book title or enter concise keywords, then search.

Enter the book title or enter concise keywords and then search.

2.  In the search results screen, click the title of the desired selection.

3.  Click the "Select" button.

 Click the “Select” button.

4.  Enter a "Display Name."  Select a Start Date and End Date.  Then click the "Add" button.

Enter a

5.  Click the "Return to Course" button.

Click the

6.  Click the "Submit" button.

Click the Submit button

7.  Click on the new "Open REVEL" link to begin editing your REVEL course. 

Click on the new

FYI:  As described in the student help document, the student process is as follows:  click "Course Materials," then "Open REVEL."  They will be taken to the screen where they need to create a new Pearson account, or link to an existing one.  Then they will click "Continue."  If they are prompted to purchase additional versions of the text, they can click "No, thanks."  See:  http://online.unm.edu/help/learn/students/other-tools/revel.html

From Pearson REVEL - a couple of helpful links:

Revel for Educators:  Creating Assignments

Revel for Educators:  Working with Assignment Settings

For questions related to Pearson REVEL functionality, please contact them directly:
Pearson REVEL Technical Support - https://www.pearsonhighered.com/revel/educators/support/