As of 2015, Prentice Hall offers online resources such as art projects and supplemental articles for each chapter of its biology textbook. Students have access to these resources on the Pearson Education website at PHS School.com.
The Pearson website contains self-tests for each chapter and Internet links to news articles. For example, the chapter on evolution has a link to an article about the evolution of the ear structure. In its online reference center, Prentice Hall has additional resources for biology students, such as the Biology Place, where students have access to BioCoach, LabBench and a biology glossary. BioCoach contains practice activities for students to apply their knowledge of biology concepts, such as applying the correct names to the parts of the cell respiration process. LabBench provides students with additional reviews that correspond to the labs in the biology textbook. It also gives students tips for each lab and presents key concepts to improve student's comprehension during the lab.
Prentice Hall has online resources for all of its textbooks in the areas of language arts, mathematics, science, world languages and social studies. Its website also contains resources for students enrolled in classes such as drivers education, life skills, technology education and advanced classes of all types. Students must have codes to access these resources.