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McGraw-Hill Education Adding Audio and Video Capture to Digital Course Materials

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Several of McGraw-Hill Education's digital course materials will now feature embedded audio- and video-capture capabilities from video platform GoReact. GoReact's tools will "make it simple for students to record presentations, speeches and audio clips in courses that require those as part of their coursework," according to a news announcement.

GoReact also provides review and commenting tools that allow instructors to provide feedback and assign grades, as well as share recordings with other students for peer evaluation. In addition, a synchronous video feature enables students or instructors to communicate live to the class or provide real-time feedback on coursework.  

The new tools will be available beginning in spring 2019. Among the titles gaining AV capabilities is a new edition of Art of Public Speaking by Stephen E. Lucas. For more information, visit the McGraw-Hill Education site.

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