Past courses — You can typically access a student-use course on the Inactive tab for 11.5 months after the course ends. After that, Pearson automatically deletes the it. Before a course is deleted, export student grades and copy your course to use for a future term. How to copy your course
Retired courses — Pearson may retire course materials when a new edition is available to update content and course tools. Occasionally retirement means the course end date you set is changed, shortening the time that students can access the course. After the course retirement date, student course access ends, and you cannot change the course end date or copy the course.
We'll send you alerts and email reminders well ahead of any of these changes so you can find comparable course materials.
- Copy to a new edition to use up-to-date materials, if available.
After the new course is created, you can copy your customizations from the prior course to the new course.
- Search the MyLab and Mastering catalog to find other offerings.
- Contact your Pearson rep to learn about other Pearson content for your curriculum.
Some retired MyLab or Mastering titles may be offered through Pearson Revel. Explore the Revel catalog or ask your Pearson rep about Revel.
You can access instructor courses and coordinator courses for up to five years after you create them, but you can’t copy them if the course materials are retired.