In order to access Harcourt eProducts such as the social studies program, you must enter into a relationship with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company as a school or educator, thereby gaining password-protected access. The educational content found within Harcourt eProducts is intended for use by educational institutions, teachers, administrators and students only. To enter such a relationship, use the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt online Find Your Sales Rep tool, and submit a statement of interest.
Each HMH website hosting a learning platform has a password-protected section with educational content and an open area with general information and limited educational content. Educational institutions may choose to supply their students with usernames and passwords in order to utilize the educational content. The extent of your administrator access may be limited depending on your school-assigned role. Parents who wish to enroll and home-school children should fill out the home school inquiry form, while those located outside of the United States should visit the HMH international site.
The Harcourt eProducts social studies program includes materials such as “Harcourt Horizons United States History 2005,” “Harcourt Horizons People and Communities 2003” and “Harcourt Horizons World Regions 2003.” HMH publishes educational content and offers related services for social studies, math and reading students in grades kindergarten through 12. The HMH online learning platforms include HMOF, Write Source, ThinkCentral and ClassZone.