Revel Communication

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Empower students to actively participate in learning

Our communication authors have reimagined their content for Revel, embedding interactives throughout the narrative that bring the discipline to life. For example, when reading about public speaking anxiety, students are prompted to complete a self-assessment to gauge their own communication style, and explore ways to improve upon their skills. Or when students read about Martin Luther King Jr.'s famed “I Have a Dream” speech, they can also watch a video of the speech. By empowering students to actively participate in learning, Revel boosts engagement and improves results.



The best of MediaShare functionality, including student video submissions and video quizzes, is available to use and assign within Revel.

Watch a video

Self Assessments

Personal Report Self-Assessments allow students to analyze their own communication style, enabling them to learn and grow over the duration of the course.

Take Self Assessment

Self-assessment example
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Short-Speech Excerpts

Abundant in-text speech excerpts let students listen to audio clips while they read, bringing examples to life in a way that a printed text cannot.

Launch speech excerpt

Video Quizzes

Video examples of sample speeches and expert advice throughout the narrative boost mastery, and enable students to test their knowledge via self-checks.

Take a video quiz

Video quiz example
Animated figure example

Animated Figures

Animated Figures help students understand hard-to-grasp concepts through interactive visualizations.

See an animation

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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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