Two McGraw-Hill Education Digital Solutions Named as Finalists for the 2017 IMS Global Learning Impact Awards

Published May 1, 2017

Access Manager and Connect2 ranked among the leading new technologies to address key challenges facing education.

Since 2007 the Learning Impact Awards (LIA) program led by the IMS Global Learning Consortium has recognized innovative products and partnerships that harness the power of ed-tech to improve teaching and learning outcomes. The annual LIA awards competition determines winners through the combination of an open application process, an application review by IMS staff, and a public voting period.

LIA finalists are selected from among each year’s entries based on eight different criteria to gauge their overall impact on teaching and learning. We’re proud to have two of our new digital solutions chosen as finalists for the 2017 Learning Impact Awards!

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Access Manager is a student rostering tool aligned to the IMS One Roster standard. With this solution, educators can effortlessly add, move, and manage student roster information, significantly minimizing the complexities and hurdles often associated with onboarding students. This helps educators create and maintain a seamless digital learning ecosystem that can integrate a variety of tools, apps, and digital services. Vote Now!

Connect2 is a complete course design, management, and delivery solution that allows college instructors to customize and build their own courses. Using an open architecture, Connect2 provides full courses that have been developed by curriculum experts, while offering instructors the flexibility to integrate their own materials, as well as resources from various third-parties. In addition, Connect2 also includes SmartBook , our proven adaptive learning solution. Instructors benefit from a complete course solution that saves them time and resources in the development phase. In addition, instructors and students benefit from a data-driven personalized learning experience, which directly supports students and improves learning outcomes. Vote Now!

Review the finalists and vote by 12:00pm EST on May 17, 2017 to have a voice in choosing this year’s winners from among the world’s top new learning technologies.