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By building higher-level critical thinking while sparking interest in the discipline, MindTap for American Government, International Relations, and Comparative Politics prepares students for the world beyond your course. With 50% of employers claiming college graduates lack critical-reasoning skills, students need learning tools designed with their future in mind.
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Greg Dixon, University of West Georgia
“With MindTap and its easy to use analytics, I have reduced the rate at which students fail my course by about 40%...Better retention rates without sacrificing rigor. That is why I stay with MindTap.”
Josh Dyck, UMass Lowell
“When we talk in class, MindTap has already engaged students, so they come in thinking about issues that are at a much higher level...For an introductory class, this is extraordinary.”