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Connect Engineering Across the Curriculum

One-on-One with McGraw Hill CEO interviewed by UT -Austin biomedical engineering student, Naazeneen Ibethaj.

Free Body Diagram Tool
Webinar Recording by Dr. Khaled Zbeeb, Western Illinois University

Connect for Engineering Overview

MH Connect - Connect for Engineering

Connect for Engineering helps students achieve success by providing meaningful learning tools, assessment, and access to the digital textbook (which is mobile-ready and available offline). This easy-to-use learning platform gives instructors access to engaging, assignable, and assessable online learning solutions.

Introduction to Engineering
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The BEST Collection for Introduction to Engineering consists of material designed to orient beginning engineering students to the profession of engineering and teach them the fundamental skills and tools they will need throughout their academic and professional career.

The BEST Collection includes content from seven quality titles all in one place, including the two below titles by Eide, and Holtzapple, allowing you to choose from a variety of topics that align with your specific course.

Arvid Eide, Steven Mickelson, Cheryl Eide, Roland Jenison, Larry Northup
Engineering Fundamentals and Problem Solving, 8e

Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering

Engineering Fundamentals and Problem Solving presents a complete introduction to the engineering field and remains the most comprehensive textbook for an introductory engineering course. This text helps students develop the skills needed to solve open-ended problems in SI and customary units while presenting solutions in a logical manner. Students are introduced to subject areas, common to engineering disciplines, that require the application of fundamental engineering concepts.

Mark Holtzapple, W. Dan Reece
Foundations of Engineering, 3e

Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering

The third edition of Foundations of Engineering gives freshman engineering students a solid foundation for all their future coursework. It provides an overview of the engineering profession and the skills they will need to develop, as well as an introduction to fundamental engineering topics such as thermodynamics, rate processes, and Newton's laws.

Connect for Engineering Features


SmartBook

SmartBook 2.0 continually adapts to individual student needs by creating a personalized learning experience that supports course objectives. This includes identifying student knowledge gaps and focusing them in on foundational, core concepts they need to study the most. For instructors, this responsive technology helps you track student progress, guiding you through advanced teaching strategies to achieve an overall dynamic class experience.

McGraw Hill ReadyAnywhere App

Today’s students are busier than ever. Managing demands from school, work, family and more, means it’s harder to find the time to study. That’s why we offer the FREE ReadAnywhere app to help students fit learning into their lives – anytime, anywhere.*

*Students must purchase Connect to use the ReadAnywhere app. Only available for select titles. iOS and Android supported.

Writing Assignments/Rubric Tool

Help students improve their conceptual understanding and written communication skills with Writing Assignments in Connect.  Integrate writing skill development into your course with ease and help your students gain the critical writing skills they need for success now and beyond.  Assign, monitor, mark, and provide feedback all in one place.

Remote Proctoring

Maintaining academic integrity in an online course can be a challenge. At McGraw Hill, we have partnered with Proctorio to deliver assessment integrity tools directly within Connect. As a Connect user, you’ve got access to Proctorio within your Connect course that enables you to use Browser locking and remote proctoring capabilities.

Process Oriented Problems

Process Oriented Problems – requires students to answer questions on the approach they used to solving a problem. *

*select titles only

Free-Body Diagram Tool

Designed by engineering and physics educators from the ground up, the Free Body Diagramming Tool provides students with immediate feedback on their drawing comprehension where they need improvement the most. *

*Statics and Dynamics titles only

Application-Based Activities

Walkthrough of an Application Based Activity for Statics and Dynamics by Dr. Matt Jensen, Utah Valley University.

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