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. New Engagements 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.