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

[caption id="attachment_69953" align="alignleft" width="220"]education-reading A screenshot from the new version of SmartBook, the adaptive reading experience from McGraw-Hill Education. (PRNewsFoto/McGraw-Hill Education)[/caption]

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...

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