Digital tutor offered direct to college students
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August 15, 2012 By:
Beginning this semester, McGraw-Hill Higher Education will make McGraw-Hill LearnSmart available for students to purchase directly. The digital system acts like a personal tutor, continuously assessing students’ knowledge and skills and providing personalized content and recommendations that help them master basic course concepts. LearnSmart is accessible online and via mobile apps. Widely available for more than 100 best-selling McGraw-Hill college textbooks and across more than 40 course areas, it starts at $24.99 per semester.
To read about research on the efficacy of LearnSmart, download this report. To purchase immediate access to LearnSmart, visit www.mhlearnsmart.com.
McGraw-Hill also announces the Going Places with LearnSmart Sweepstakes, in which students who enter will be eligible to win prizes totaling more than $10,000, including gift cards students can use towards spring break travel, and free LearnSmart products. For more information and to register, visit www.mhlearnsmart.com/goingplaces.