Online study tools
Most of our textbooks are accompanied by online study tools and resources designed to add value. These resources are written by the author of the textbook, or in collaboration with them, they are tied closely to the book to offer a meaningful learning experience.
Typical student resources include self-testing tools, flashcards, updates, videos, and study advice.
If you are using a digital product such as an e-book, or Law Trove or Politics Trove you'll probably find that any accompanying study tools are embedded or hyperlinked.
If you choose to use a printed textbook, the study tools can be accessed on their own site: online resources. If a textbook has online resources you'll find the url and details in the book. Almost all of our study resources accessed in this way are free to use and do not require any registration.
If, as an academic, you are looking to embed these resources into your learning management systems contact your representative to discuss the most straightforward way of doing this.
Some books are supported by lecturer-only resources and require a simple validation and registration before they can be accessed. These protected resources can be used for student testing, and classroom preparation.
You can find out more about the resources, access and integration into your learning management system here.