July 20, 2010 – Blackboard, Inc., US, has announced a partnership with McGraw-Hill Higher Education. In this partnership, both parties will introduce a new learning management that joins McGraw-Hill’s media-rich content, assessment engines, and industry leading adaptive learning tools with the latest capabilities of Blackboard’s web-based teaching and learning platform, Blackboard Learn.
KnowledgeSpeak shared this news in their article, “McGraw-Hill Higher Education and Blackboard announce business partnership”. This new relationship will make McGraw-Hill’s content and digital tools available to institutions that are already using Blackboard Learn to enhance workflow and access to these resources in one place. This access, which covers 34 academic disciplines and includes more than 250 titles, will be significantly expanded by this partnership. Another benefit of this partnership include a seamless access to McGraw-Hill Connect to manage course content, create assignments, and track student performance. Users will gain access to a range of popular tools that come with the platform.
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