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Companion sites and teaching resources

Many of our textbooks have extra resources in the form of companion sites, downloads or Launchpad to help you get the most from your textbook and engage with your students on a deeper level.
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Click on the name of the relevant publisher to see the most Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Companion Site, and how can I access it?

Companion sites are free websites that provide additional materials and extension activities. Some companion sites require confirmation of textbook adoption before we can provide access.

To request access to a companion site for a Palgrave book, please follow these steps:

  1. Find your book using the search bar at the top of this page
  2. Underneath the cover, click on the button 'VIEW Companion Site'
  3. Every companion site is slightly different, so make sure you follow the directions in the page.
Although we review each case on an individual basis, we might not be able to fulfill your request if you live outside of these countries. If you can't find your country in the list, we might need to ask for proof of adoption.

I can't log in!

For a Palgrave companion site, please check that you are logging in with the same email address you used when you requested access. If you have a new email address, access may not have been applied to the new account.

If you have recently submitted your request but haven't heard from us yet, we may still be reviewing your request. We consider and respond to every request within 3 working days.

If you're still having trouble, please contact us.

I am a Student - Can I access Companion sites?

Macmillan International Higher Education does provide free resources for students on some companion sites. To locate them, go to the book page and click on 'View companion site'. If free resources are available, you will be able to select 'student zone' or 'learning resources' from the menu. You might also be interested in our Student Study Skills page.

Please note, student requests for access to lecturer or teaching resources will be denied.

I am not a lecturer, nor a student - can I access companion sites?

Macmillan International Higher Education does provide free resources on some companion sites - you are welcome to use these at any time. To locate them, go to the book page and click on 'View companion site'. If free resources are available, you will be able to see 'student zone' or 'learning resources' from the menu.

If you want a specific item that is in the lecturer area, please fill in the access request form and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.

Can I access the audio files for my Foundations language book?

Our Foundations in Languages titles have some available resources, including MP3 files, for public access. To view and download them click here and select the language you are studying or teaching. You can also access this page by visiting the book's page and clicking on 'VIEW companion site'.


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I need access to instructor resources

Books published by Bedford/St Martins, WH Freeman, and Worth Publishers often have online Instructor's Resources and/or LaunchPad. Lecturers and instructors who have confirmed an adoption may have access to these resources. In order to request access, you can email us with the following information:

  • Your full name and academic email address
  • Your university address, including department
  • The name, start date, and expected enrolment of your module
  • The details of your adoption: is the tesxtbook essential, one of two core readings, recommended or background reading?

What is LaunchPad and how can I have access?

LaunchPad is an interactive online resource that helps students achieve better results. Our goal is to increase their confidence by providing a place where they can read, study, practice, complete homework, and improve their results. To find out more, please visit our dedicated Launchpad area.

I can't access my BC companion site, help!

From 31st of May, Macmillan Education's companion sites have been discontinued. However, you can have access to LaunchPad and online Instructor's Resources when you follow these steps:

For access to LaunchPad For access to Instructor's Resources
  1. Search the book you need at www.macmillanlearning.com
  2. Click on 'Go to LaunchPad'
  3. Enter your email address in 'Request Instructor Access' and press GO
  4. Make sure you have selected 'I Already Have a Macmillan Account'
  5. Enter your password and press NEXT
  1. Search the book you need at www.macmillanlearning.com
  2. Click on Instructor Resources
  3. Click on the Download button next to the file you need
  4. Log in as a returning user

If you have any further questions regarding your access to the companion site, don't hesitate to email our Customer Relations team.

I am a student, can I have access to additional resources?

Unfortunately we are unable to provide students with free access to resources published by Bedford/St Martins, WH Freeman, and Worth Publishers. If you are using a book in class, please contact your lecturer for further information.

You can always purchase an access code to LaunchPad when you buy your book.

Why can't I be given access the resources in my country?

Although at Macmillan International Higher Education we try our best to provide the best resources to our lecturers, our titles may not be available in the following countries:
Bangladesh
Bhutan
India
Republic of Korea
Malaysia
Nepal
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Egypt
Iraq
Iran
Syria
Lybia
Jordan

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How can I access the Instructor's Media Library?

If you are a lecturer who has adopted one of our Sinauer textbooks, please email us the following information so we can review your request:
  • Your name and academic email address
  • Your university address, including department
  • The name, start date, and expected enrolment of your module
  • The type of your adoption: is the textbook essential, one of two core readings, recommended, or background reading?

I am a student, can I use the images and graphs?

Unfortunately, we don't consider student requests for access to Sinauer's resources. If you are a student and using a Sinauer textbook in class, make sure you check with your lecturer first.

Why can't I be given access in my country?

Although at Macmillan International Higher Education we try our best to provide the best resources to our lecturers, Sinauer titles may not be available in the following countries:
Bangladesh
Bhutan
India
Republic of Korea
Malaysia
Nepal
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Egypt
Iraq
Iran
Syria
Lybia
Jordan

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Still need help?

If your question is not on this page, please email our Customer Relations team.


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