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When creating purchasing options, we make sure everyone is involved in the process so that finding the best material is possible for students, instructors, and institutions.
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Course needs aren't one size fits all. This is why McGraw-Hill has worked to create options available at every level to help instructors offer the best experience.
Real Options Means Delivering Real Savings
Providing different options to access course materials means that students can save money without sacrificing their classroom experience.
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Working with instructors and students we've been able to create our own path to success as we create and develop the best materials possible.
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