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McGraw-Hill Campus To Make Resources Available Through Any LMS
McGraw-Hill Higher Education will launch McGraw-Hill Campus, a service that allows schools to integrate the company's course solutions with any learning management system at no additional cost. It will be available July 21.
Products and services available through McGraw-Hill Campus will include:
McGraw-Hill Campus also provides faculty, whether they're using Mcgraw-Hill textbooks or not, unlimited access to the company's entire library, including eBooks, assessment tools, presentation slides, and multimedia resources.
Students can also access McGraw-Hill resources through their school's LMS, but only those that are already provided free to students.
The new service features integration with Blackboard, Desire2Learn, eCollege, LDAP, Moodle, Sakai, Shibboleth, and others.
Mcgraw-Hill will present a live webinar to launch the new system on campustechnology.com July 21. Additional details about the sponsored event can be found on the webinar registration site.
More information about McGraw-Hill Campus is available at mhcampus.com.
|Editor's note: This article has been modified since its original publication. We've changed the headline, which previously indicated that McGraw-Hill's resources would be available free through Campus. That is not the case. [Last updated July 20, 2011 at 9:24 a.m.] --David Nagel |
Joshua Bolkan is the multimedia editor for Campus Technology and THE Journal. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.