The site is available to both individual and institutional subscribers.
If you have paid your subscription (or payment is on its way via school/college purchase) you will receive an email with log in instructions.
Click it and it will ask you to set a new password.
Once you’ve logged in, scroll down until you see the course you are enrolled in. Higher Politics is the only one. You don’t need to fill in all the personal details.
Click Higher Politics and you will see all the resources; audio presentations, non audio powerpoints, articles (based on the Sections of the Higher Politics course), quizzes down the left hand side.
If you click on a Section, you will see the Articles you should read. Each Article contains appropriate embedded powerpoints.
There are a number of audio presentations for each Section which reinforce the learning in the Articles. These have a commentary which explains the key content. There are static, non-audio versions of these presentations teachers may download and use with a class.
Lastly, a Coursebook is available to purchase (any day now!) in which students can practice essay and source questions with helpful prompts throughout, building your skills and exam technique.