Revel Art

Experience Revel

A dynamic, mobile reading experience that drives engagement and preparedness

Art is meant to be experienced, and Revel makes art more interactive, tactile, and stimulating — all with the tap of a finger. Instead of simply reading about art, Revel transports students directly in front of key works, and allows them to virtually explore renowned museums, galleries, and even ruins from across the globe. For example, Revel’s interactive Architectural Panoramas and Students on Site videos let students visit the Pantheon without leaving their classroom or dorm. Thanks to this dynamic reading experience, students come to class prepared to discuss, apply, and learn about art — from you and each other.

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Closer Looks

In-depth walkthroughs of key works of art let students zoom in, focus in on details they might not otherwise see, and listen to expert audio, as if they were on a guided tour.

Take a Closer Look

Architectural Panoramas

Architectural Panoramas give students a 360º-view of renowned edifices and landmarks, helping students gain a sense of space and place.

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Pan and Zoom

Pan/zoom functionality along with scale markers invite students to look closely at particular artworks, while hearing the author’s voice reading the text material.

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Art 21 videos provide up-close looks at contemporary artists at work. Students on Site videos make art more accessible, and experiential, than ever before.

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Offering course content through the Pearson Inclusive Access model can help students achieve more by providing affordable, high-quality digital course materials on or before the first day of class. Because all students have access by day one, faculty can start teaching and students can start learning.

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