Purchase the MyGraphicsLab Adobe Photoshop CC Course for Visual Communication (which includes 1 copy of Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book, the e-Text and 1 access card to the MyGraphicsLab Adobe Photoshop CC Course for Visual Communication).
You can get it at our college store or online at Pearson.
Once you have the access card (there is a # on the inside), then go online to pearsonmylab.com and create your account, you will need this information below also.
|MyGraphicsLab Course Name:||GCOM 330 Digital Imaging 1|
|MyGraphicsLab Course ID:||cappelletti47461|
MyGraphicsLab is a new learning solution from Peachpit, Pearson’s premiere publisher in the graphic design space. Created specifically for today’s design students, MyGraphicsLab gives you access to a wealth of online resources that bring graphic design tools to life as well as hands-on projects that help you succeed and visit our website . You will benefit from having 24/7 access to top-quality resources.
MyGraphicsLab pairs the best-selling Classroom in a Book on Adobe Photoshop with a robust set of online resources, including:
Videos. Premium-quality video tutorials that show graphic design tools in action. Real-world examples and demonstrations provide an engaging buying xanax online.
Projects. Fresh and innovative projects with downloadable project files reinforce core concepts and offer opportunity for creative hands-on experience.
Quizzes. …that test your knowledge!
Presentations. On a variety of book and course topics.
eText. When MyGraphicsLab is purchased with any of the companion texts, the entire eText version can be accessed in one easy click from the main eText page. The eText opens in a new window with its own toolbar and full-page fidelity, making it easy for you to move between MyGraphicsLab and the eText to read course assignments, bookmark relevant material, search for content, highlight text, take notes, and review for modafinilonline.net.
Gradebook. The MyGraphicsLab Gradebook makes it easy for you to track your progress.
Email. Instructors and students can communicate with a robust email tool or post messages or topic questions to the group.
Submissions. This is a central location where you can submit your graded assignments. You can submit your assignments and include comments when you upload your files. You can also submit multiple documents in one submission. I can review the assignments and return them to you with my comments.
Document Sharing. Instructors and students can upload and share documents with the Document Sharing tool. You can jointly edit documents for group projects, control access to your documents, and sort them into categories.
Shared Resources. The Shared Resources area contains links to key websites, additional readings, and other documents assigned for the course.