Companion sites and teaching resourcesMany of our titles have extra resources in the form of companion sites, downloads or Launchpad to help you get the most of your textbook and engage with your students on a deeper level.
On this page:
- What is a companion site and how do I access it?
- I can't log into the companion site - what do I do?
- I'm a student - can I have access?
- I'm not a student or lecturer - can I have access?
- Can I order the MP3 files that go with my Foundations in Languages book?
Companion sites are free websites that provide additional materials and extension activities. They help lecturers use the text in their teaching and support students in practicing and reinforcing their learning independently. Some companion sites require confirmation of textbook adoption before we can provide access.
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.
To request access:
- On the book page, click on 'VIEW companion website', just under the book jacket image. If this button is not available, the book may not have a companion site.
- Select the teaching resources from the left hand side menu.
- Browse, login or register as prompted.
Some companion sites require authorisation by the Palgrave Higher Education team. In this case, please fill out the access request form at step 3 above, and we'll respond to you within 3 days. Access is not granted automatically.
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.
Palgrave 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.
Palgrave 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.