A resource is an additional resource that accompanies an eTextbook such as a website (i.e. Cengage Brain, Pearson MyLabs, etc.) and is set up and maintained by the publisher. Ancillary resources are traditionally files coupled with a textbook: Powerpoints, audio files, PDFs, and more. Courseware resources are traditionally access codes on third party websites.
Obtaining a Resource
There are several ways you may obtain a resource:
CourseSmart Migration - If you had auxiliary materials that accompanied your book with your book, these may have been migrated over to your Discover account.
Institution Provided - If you are attending an institution that provides your eBooks, then please contact your institution's support to find out if resources are available for your book.
If your book does not include a resource, please contact the publisher for more information on purchasing an eResource.
When a book has an accompanying Resource, you will access this through the online Discover Lens eTextbook platform:
Step 1 - Sign In to Discover Lens
Step 2 - Click in the top-right corner to access the User Hub drop-down menu
Step 3 - When one or more of your eTextbooks have an accompanying Resource, Resources will be an available option. Click Resources
Step 4 - The Resources page will list of any eTextbooks that have accompanying materials. To go to the page that contains the access code, click on the link beside the book
Step 5 - Resources listed under Access Code, click Reveal Code to view an access code. An access code is a password you use to access course content online. Once you reveal a code for an item, you will not be able to return it.
Problems with Access Codes for Resources
Access code already revealed
If you encounter an "Access code already revealed" error and you do not recall accessing the code, please contact Discover Support.
Questions about accessing Resources
Questions about using Access Codes, accessing Resources, the contents of Resources, exchanging Resources, and problems with access-protected Companion Materials should be addressed to the publisher in question.
The links below will take you to each publisher's support site: