Thomson Learning EMEA Joins Respondus Test Bank Network
Thomson Learning EMEA, which sells across 52 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is the latest higher education publisher to offer textbook test banks in Respondus format. The test banks will be available at no charge to instructors who adopt a participating textbook for their course.
Test banks will be available through the Respondus Test Bank Network. Adopting instructors can request a test bank by going to www.respondus.com/testbank and submitting the request form. Once the request is authenticated by staff at Thomson Learning EMEA, the instructor will receive an email that contains the file code needed to download the test bank with their Respondus or StudyMate software.
Thomson Learning EMEA has begun releasing test banks in Respondus format, such as:
International Marketing Strategy: Analysis, Development and Implementation, 4e (Doole)
International Human Resource Management: Managing People in a Multinational Context, 4e (Dowling)
Management and Cost Accounting, 6e (Drury)
Organizational Behaviour and Management, 3e (Martin)
Corporate Financial Reporting: A Global Perspective, 1e (Stolowy)
Test banks for other textbooks are currently available from the Respondus Test Bank Network and more will be appear in the coming months. If you would like to recommend that a particular Thomson Learning EMEA test bank be made available from the Respondus Test Bank Network, select the “Suggest a Test Bank” link that appears after doing a textbook search at www.respondus.com/testbank.
In all, 600 Respondus-formatted test banks are available from the leading publishers in higher education. Adopting instructors can access these ready-to-use files with either Respondus or StudyMate. This provides an easy way for instructors to create online assessments and learning activities for use with Blackboard, WebCT, and other e-learning systems. For more information, go to www.respondus.com/testbank.
Source: Respondus, Inc. (www.respondus.com)
Originally Published: August 23, 2005
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