MyReligionLab with Pearson eText -- Standalone Access Card -- for Religions of the World (12th Edition)

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Conceived for students with little or no background in the academic study of religions, Religions of the World offers the most broad coverage of world religions supported by primary source documents, coverage of religions as they exist today, and integrated media resources.


In preparing the eleventh  edition of  Religions of the World, Mark Woodward drew on his experience in teaching an introductory course on the religions of the world to thousands of undergraduates over the last two decades, living and working in Buddhist, Muslim and Chinese cultures for extended periods and on conversations with friends and colleagues in the Arizona Native American community.  In this edition, he has edited the text closely for clarity and readability and made other changes to keep it up to date and accurate including updating all sections on religion today for each tradition. Religions of the World  is comprehensive, readable, and engaging for all students.

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Instuctor quotes on the top strengths of MyReligionLab:

“a large menu of reliable online resources, both for use in the classroom, and for student use outside the class”

- Robert Miller, Juniata College


“A seemingly vast and strong repository of solid resources”

- Peter Cohen, Clemson University


“I like the level of interactive engagement it offers and the fact that it makes studying more exciting.”

- Fotini Katsanos, University of NC at Charlotte


“Visually appealing and easy to navigate - I think my students would be eager to use it”

- Maria Kaplun, Delaware County Community College


“I liked the fact that the entire text was available online, and that it could be listened to, which may be a great way to access the text for some students.”

- Brian Hoffert, North Central College


“love the integration of GoogleEarth!”

- Alison Jameson, Lehigh Carbon Community College


“I like its accessibility to students and its ability to be relevant with current issues and its connection and integration with testing and evaluation.”

- Tim Harrison, McKendree University


“great integration of traditional content and modern advanced technology”

- Hong Qu, Iowa State University


“I enjoyed the ease of access to what appear to be quality translations of key scriptures; the abundance of maps to inform historical perspective on world faiths; and the research interface steering students toward credible secondary sources.”

- Aron Ketchell, University of Kansas


“Collects and interlinks wide-ranging relevant information on one site.”

- Maxine Freed, Central New Mexico Community College


“Easy access to videos, maps and other visual resources. Resources to improve research and paper writing. Quick access to primary sources.”

- Russ Arnold, DePauw University

How instructors would describe MyReligionLab to a colleague:

 “This is a cutting edge resource which meets the needs of today's college student. It allows classroom instruction to be enhanced with the use of readily accessible videos, maps and links to a variety of religious scriptures. MyReligionLab has the ability to enhance the overall educational experience of students of World Religion.”

- Richard Kirk, College of Central Florida


“easily accessed and useful to the instructor in both planning and teaching a variety of religious traditions, and useful to students, whether they are willing only to do the minimum or they are eager to explore more deeply.”

- Mary Solberg, Gustavus Adolphus College


“This is a quite comprehensive multi-dimensional resource that can be used to accompany the text book or as the text book for teaching. There are unlimited possibilities for constructing the course or units in the course because of the wide variety of resources available.”

- Rosetta Ross, Spelman College


“A rich resource for the study of world religions with practical assistance like paper topics and quiz questions plus self-tests”

- Judith Martin, University of Dayton


“an electronic learning tool heavy on the historical development of religion and religious traditions”
- Terry Giles, Gannon University


“It is an interactive, technologically exciting ancillary tool that can be used effectively to help you provide a depth and breadth of subject for the student while the textbook provides the foundation”

- JoAnn Worthington, Joliet Junior College


“MyReligionLab is an exciting new resource for faculty and students that will save you time in designing courses and making information available for students.”

- Rolf Johnson, Western CT St. Univ.


“Innovative approach to providing resources for students in a "post-textbook focused" learning environment”

- David Aune, Ashland University


“An excellent resource for students and instructors”

- Donald Berry, Gardner-Webb University


“It seems that Pearson has found a way to put all the electronic media we may use in one site.”

- Scott Lemenager, Joliet Junior College


“a rich supplement to the face-to-face course”

- Chris Newcom, Bethune-Cookman University


“It's a good centralized location to access a lot of things that you would otherwise need to invest a lot of time to locate and access.”

- Robert Chamberlain, Brevard Community College 

How MyReligionLab would influence their / an instructors textbook decision:

“as an instructor, it seems to me that MyReligionLab would cut down tremendously on the investment one makes in constructing a class, assembling the resources for it, and maintaining it over time.”

- Neal Judisch, University of Oklahoma


“It will allow me to save on lecture time. I can send my student to the lab for background information and that way I can spend lecture on other topics that cannot be covered in such a way.”

- Owen Anderson, Arizona State University


“I think students would be attracted to My Religion Lab because it is interactive; students who skimp on reading the text itself might be persuaded to use a hands-on tool like MRL.”

- Michael Punches,Oklahoma City Community College


 “I have had a real problem with finding a textbook I like that covers all religions, but this extra resource helps fill in the gaps and limitations of a textbook”

- Ann Gleig, Millsaps College


“MyReligionLab is a useful supplementary resource for teaching any introduction to world religions course.”

- Jon Brammer, Three Rivers Community College


“If I knew that my students would have access to this tool when I was to choose a textbook for my course, this would deeply influence my decision. I feel that this site would enormously enhance the learning and teaching experience of our semester.”

- Alexandria Egler, St. Francis College


“It has the resources you dig for to put an interactive lecture together.”

- Cia Sautter, St. Cloud State/United Theological Seminary


“The material supplements the [Fisher, Living Religions 8e] textbook well, and can be assigned independently.”

- Steve Young, McHenry County College

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