Brilliant books, from Pearson, are outcome-focused and straight to the point. Brilliant books cover over 100 topics to help readers learn about a subject quickly.
The Pearson Brilliant API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Pearson Brilliant books with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving books, retrieving book information, getting author information, and searching books and authors.
Pearson has thrown open a coding contest for undergraduate students across the United States to help tranform education. The challenge invites students to utilize the Pearson LearningStudio Learning Management System (LMS) and/or utilize the LearningStudio APIs, in innovative ways to make education more fun, engaging and beyond its current reach.
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