Learning science company McGraw Hill has recently signed an agreement with the newly inaugurated King Salman International University (KSIU), which will give students access to McGraw Hill’s state-of-the-art, adaptive and interactive content for higher education. The university, which has embraced digital learning from its inception, has also adopted McGraw Hill’s new academic English series called New Interactions, which is a premier series for English for Academic Purposes (EAP), available on the award-winning course management platform McGraw Hill Connect®.
To support the university's scholarship program, McGraw Hill also awarded 100 free licenses to SIMnet, an easy-to-use online training and assessment solution for Microsoft Office, as well as professional development services for instructors on effective online learning and teaching.
McGraw Hill's Connect platform uses adaptive technology to personalise the learning experience for students and help instructors become even more effective. It is used by millions of students globally and gives educators the flexibility to teach their course their way, while providing students with affordable, engaging products that help them achieve their learning objectives.
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