Latest release aims to provide media-rich learning resources at students’ precise moment of need


A screenshot from the new version of SmartBook, the adaptive reading experience from McGraw-Hill Education. (PRNewsFoto/McGraw-Hill Education)

At CES 2015, McGraw-Hill Education on Jan. 6 introduced the newest version of SmartBook, the company’s adaptive reading platform.

The platform aims to help students study more effectively and efficiently by guiding them through a personalized study experience that continually adapts to their needs and focuses their attention on what they need to learn the most.

The latest version of SmartBook—now available for the higher education market—expands on the platform’s functionality by introducing students to personalized learning resources at the precise moment of need, allowing them to close knowledge gaps in real time. The result is more confidence, better grades and greater success.

SmartBook highlights

1. Designed for the way today’s students use technology – available for tablets via a native mobile app and PC/Mac via web browser

2. McGraw-Hill Education has made SmartBook available for more than 300 course areas in higher education
Since 2009, nearly 4 million students have used LearnSmart, the adaptive engine that powers SmartBook, having answered nearly 3 billion questions through the system

(Next page: More highlights from the SmartBook update)

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