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New McGraw-Hill Offering Helps Faculty Create Customized Digital Courseware

McGraw-Hill has introduced Open Learning Solutions, a new offering that provides tools and support for developing customized digital course materials. Content can be assembled from a variety of sources, such as digital textbooks, instructors' own materials, open educational resources, multimedia and interactive simulations, and combined with McGraw-Hill's adaptive technology, assessment tools and mobile capabilities.

McGraw-Hill also provides support services, working with instructors to understand their course objectives and providing development and implementation support where needed.

Open Learning Solutions is already in use at a number of institutions, including Texas Tech University, the University of Alabama and Northern Arizona University. As early adopter Amber McCord, an assistant professor at Texas Tech reported, "I had a vision for my communications course. I knew exactly what content I wanted to use for teaching, but I didn't have access to the learning technology and digital delivery that McGraw-Hill brings to the table. Something as simple as enabling my students to do their homework on their phones was impossible on my own. The combination of my course content with the technology from McGraw-Hill allows me to deliver a world-class learning solution to my students."

For more information, visit the McGraw-Hill site.

About the Author

About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at rkelly@1105media.com.

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