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McGraw-Hill Brings Create Publishing Platform to K-12
McGraw-Hill is making its custom-publishing tool, Create, available to K-12 schools and districts. The tool allows educators to select and sequence materials to create print or electronic books.
Previously available to higher education institutions, Creat provides "access to trusted educational resources that can be remixed and customized online to best suit their teaching needs and their district's needs," according to a company news release.
- A resource library with McGraw-Hill and third-party content;
- The ability to search resources by discipline or copyright year and to rearrange materials by subject or chapter;
- The ability for educators to add their own content;
- A library of cover options; and
- The ability to save, archive and share projects.
"There is no such thing as a 'one size fits all' approach to teaching and learning," said Peter Cohen, president of McGraw-Hill School Education Group, in a prepared statement. "Create's flexible model enables educators to choose the resources that matters most to them and their students, whether it's resources produced by McGraw-Hill Education, open source resources or resources they've developed themselves. We're excited to meet the demand for tools that make the teaching process more personalized and effective."
More information is available at create.mcgraw-hill.com.
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