Links to and information about MyMathLab (MML) for Pearson textbooks
Your school fees cover the cost of MyMathLab so you do not need additional money now. We are using Red Shelf this semester to get you the access code. This is fairly new to me as it may be to you, so please have patience.
There are two ways you can get the access code that tells MML that you paid for the software.
Number 1 option, they may email (to your LC email address) a link to get to your “shelf” where the access code will be. This email will come from RedShelf or BryteWave and it may be in your Spam folder.
Number 2 option, set up a BryteWave account on their Website https://brytewave.redshelf.com. You must use your LC email address since that is the one they have on file for you.
Once you have your access code, you still need to visit www.mymathlab.com to enter it. You will also need the Course ID given below (and on your syllabus). Then you will have access to the course's materials including homework, tests, and resources such as videos.
You can contact Customer Service at support.pearson.com/getsupport.
The deadline for registering MML is August 31. After that, you will be locked out and should drop the class if not enrolled.
For Math 145 classes, we will use MyStatLab (MSL), which is virtually identical to MyMathLab (MML) except that it has some statistical capabilities. I often refer to either product as "MyMathLab".
Sign in to MyMathLab (www.mymathlab.com)
Fall 2023 Classes:
Two ways to get your access code. Details are given above.
Option 1: Look in your LC email.
Option 2: Go to BryteWave site directly.
Once you have your access code, you still need to visit www.mymathlab.com to enter it. You will also need the Course ID given to the left.
You must enroll in the correct section using the course ID. It is a real pain to correct it if you enroll in the wrong section. The spelling of my name, including punctuation, is important. You may also need the zip code of the school, 62035.
Occasionally, there are problems accessing the site. The link below is a "backdoor" that may work when the regular entry point has issues.