Revel Political Science

Revel Political Science

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A dynamic, mobile reading experience that drives engagement and preparedness

Are your students going to be informed and empowered citizens? By infusing the core narrative with interactive capabilities, Revel lets students read about, analyze, and interact with political science concepts in tandem. So instead of simply reading about the process of government, students gain meaningful insight into how institutions, governments, and democracies work, which empowers them to think critically. Thanks to this dynamic reading experience, students come to class prepared to discuss, apply, and learn about political science — from you and from each other.

Pearson Originals Video

Pearson Originals videos

Keep your course current with this contemporary video collection that explains key concepts in a simplified and entertaining way.

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Current Events Bulletins

Bring currency into your classroom with author-written articles that are updated each semester to help connect core concepts with real-life current events.

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Current Events Bulletin
Social Explorer

Data-rich Interactives

Interactive maps, figures, and tables with Social Explorer technology let students interact with real data to explore concepts they've just read about.

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The Revel mobile app

The Revel mobile app lets students read, practice, and study — anywhere, anytime, on any device — with content available both online and offline.

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Revel Mobile App


Dynamic lecture slides give you a direct path to every data-rich interactive map, figure, and table within your Revel course.

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Imagine the impact of first-day access on your course

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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