Webinars

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Nathan Tintle Presents: Introduction to Statistical Investigations now with zyBooks!

Join us for an exciting discussion with the author to learn more about the latest digital offering of his material!
May 4, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Empowering Incoming Students in the HBCU CS Community

Join us for a live panel discussion with some of your colleagues in the HBCU computer science instructor community.
April 29, 2022/by Patrick Thornham
Professor Cay Horstmann

Cay Horstmann Presents: Java Late Objects and Big C++ now with zyBooks!

Cay Horstmann Presents:
Java Late Objects and Big C++
now with zyBooks!
April 15, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Bringing Interactivity and Accountability to Your Chemical Thermodynamics Course

Based on Koretsky’s Engineering and Chemical Thermodynamics textbook, this zyVersion includes over 150 animations and 500+ participation questions that help students engage and interact with the material.
April 6, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Add Interactivity and Accountability to Mobile App Development

zyBooks utilizes the Say, Show, Ask approach to learning. With less text and more action, students learn through short readings (say), animations (show), and learning questions with answer-specific feedback (ask).
March 24, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Adding Interactivity To Your Thermodynamics Course

Learn the story behind our acquisition, our plans to convert trusted texts into intuitive and interactive zyVersions, and get a chance to evaluate the new Thermodynamics zyVersion.
March 16, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Silberschatz’s New zyVersion: Bringing Interactivity to Operating Systems

Learn the story behind our acquisition, our plans to convert trusted texts into intuitive and interactive zyVersions, and get a chance to evaluate the new Operating System zyVersion.
March 9, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Mike Goodrich’s New zyVersion: Bringing Interactivity to Algorithm Design and Application Textbook

Based on Goodrich and Tamassia's Algorithm Design and Applications 1/e, this zyVersion contains the complete text of the original plus new interactive animations and learning questions to engage the student.
February 11, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Improving Academic Integrity with zyBooks Programming Tasks

The number of online courses are on the rise and so are the instances of cheating. See how zyBooks’ integrated tools deter and detect academic dishonesty.
February 10, 2022/by Ricky Porco
Professor Cay Horstmann

Cay Horstmann presents new auto graded, interactive version of Java Late Objects

Cay Horstmann discusses teaching CS in a post-covid digital world. We will demonstrate his new zyBooks version of Big Java Late Objects (and a potential preview of upcoming C++).
February 3, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Introducing Coral! A brand new flow chart language to teach program

Add autograded Coral activities to your CS0 and CS1 course to offer a simple introduction to programming.
January 31, 2022/by Patrick Thornham
Interactive Learning Materials - zyBooks

Prepare Future Programmers with Project-Based Learning

Project-based learning offers an authentic and meaningful way to engage your programming students. Join us for a discussion with Dr. Dennis Sigur, Computer Science Instructor at Dillard University
January 28, 2022/by Ricky Porco

Computer Organization and Design (MIPS) Updates Fall 2021

This recording shows the latest updates for the Computer Organization and Design zyBook, as well as a peek into what the Labs and Simulator will look like for our upcoming RISK V and ARM versions of this product.  Learn about the MIPS simulator, auto-graded labs, and more.
January 3, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Save Time with Autograding in zyBooks

What if you could save an additional 5-10 hours per week, without sacrificing student results in your Computer Science courses?
January 3, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Align materials to your course, not the other way around.

Let us guess, you've never been able to find a textbook that quite fits your course the way you'd like it to. Or, your students lack the basic math skills needed to be successful in your course, but you don't want to assign a second book to focus on math. Let us show you how we can help.
January 1, 2022/by Patrick Thornham

Promoting Mental Health and Wellness in Undergraduate Students

In this webinar, we will share the current state of research on mental health in undergraduate engineering students, including ongoing research to understand the impact of COVID-19 on student well-being.
August 15, 2021/by Patrick Thornham

Simplifying Your Set Up with zyBooks Pre-Made Programming Courses

Our 10-week programming configurations for online learning + interactive homework + auto-graded labs literally require no setup.
May 9, 2021/by Ricky Porco

Online Courses Need Not Be a Consolation Prize for Students

Learn how to teach online classes that students don't just tolerate, but truly enjoy and thrive in academically.
May 9, 2021/by Ricky Porco
zyBooks Computer Science Webinars

zyBooks and zyLabs New Features

See how you can create your own sections, customize testing and grading tools, discourage cheating, and get detailed student engagement reports.
May 9, 2021/by Ricky Porco

Teaching a CS Course In Just 6 Hours Per Week

Gain hours in your week through this efficient, effective, and fun approach to teaching CS. Learn how to minimize course setup and maintenance time.
July 29, 2020/by Ricky Porco

Engaging Students in the Introduction to Programming Classroom

Many students often feel CS1 and CS2 courses are unnecessarily complex. Join zyBooks’ co-founder, Frank Vahid, as he examines how to re-think programming assignments through “Many Small Programs”, which creates a less overwhelming experience for students.
October 30, 2019/by Ricky Porco