McGraw-Hill Education announced this week that it had accomplished a minor milestone in platform integration. College students and instructors now have 1 click access to McGraw-Hill content from just about any learning management system on the market (and a couple that shouldn’t be).
McGraw-Hill Campus, its digital content platform, can easily be connected with an existing technology infrastructure, and it promises seamless integration for Active Directory, Angel, Blackboard, Desire2Learn, eCollege, LDAP, Moodle, Sakai, Shibboleth, WebCT, and more. This gives instructors true single sign-on, one-click access to McGraw-Hill’s high-quality content and tools from any place within their college’s system.
J. Brice Bible, CIO at Ohio University, had this to say: “‘We’re always looking for innovative ways to provide valuable information to our faculty and students. McGraw-Hill Campus goes beyond our expectations, not only offering unlimited access to the broad range of content and learning materials McGraw-Hill produces, but also integrating directly into our existing infrastructure, allowing faculty to instantly access the content from within a system they are already comfortable with, and are already using.”
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