NEW YORK, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- McGraw-Hill Higher Education's Tegrity Campus wrapped up the first half of the year with 30 new and expanded partnerships with universities and colleges across the U.S. McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus enables professors to record lectures, supplemental materials and classroom discussion so that students can access classroom content "wherever, whenever," ultimately providing a more flexible, efficient and effective learning experience. Lecture capture solutions have become a critical component of today's academic setting and campuses are widely deploying McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus due to its proven impact on engaging students, recharging their study habits, improving learning and overall driving classroom performance and higher grades.
Thanks to new agreements, McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus will be available campus-wide at Eastern Kentucky University, Lipscomb University and the University of Central Florida. Other four-year institutions that will be deploying McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus include Murray State University, Oklahoma State and Cleveland State University.
Recent research from the Center for Digital Education indicates that lecture capture is a primary area of technology investment for community colleges, and McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus has long been their technology of choice. Flathead Valley Community College and Kirtland Community College are the latest community colleges to add McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus to facilitate the learning needs of their traditional and non-traditional students.In the first half of 2012, McGraw-Hill Higher Education partnered with two educational consortiums -- the Associated Colleges of Central Kansas (ACCK) and the North Dakota University System. Between the two organizations, McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus will be available at 17 new schools, varying from two- and four-year, and private and public institutions. These institutions have plans to begin integrating McGraw-Hill Tegrity Campus within their business, math and science programs as well as for core eLearning initiatives such as online and hybrid course offerings.