All your course materials are available online from anywhere. United States © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. All rights reserved. Customer . If the McGraw-Hill textbook you are using for your course is available in ebook format, the ebook feature is available to you in your Connect course. After you. McGraw-Hill's "Connect" is a web-based assignment and assessment platform that helps you connect your students to their coursework and to success beyond .
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First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 Authors Tao Le and Vikas Bhushan; eISBN ; ISBN 10 Read the book. Step 1. You can access the eBook in three ways: From the section home page (A) ; From the library (B). The eBook will be listed in the menu on. How to access your e-Book using McGraw Hill connect Here, you need to sign in using your McGraw Hill account. Click on library and then ebook.
Another issue revolves around the concept of ownership. Owning a title means you can freely take notes or share with a friend. You may choose to keep some key work for future use beyond the term of that class.
You might decide to resell the book to recoup some of the expenses incurred for your education. These factors deserve equal attention to copyright, which still represents a major stumbling block to publishers. Textbook publishers are still in the early phases of electronic adoption, focusing on the direct transfer of printed works into ebook products.
One hopes that upcoming products will focus more on using the best of electronic tools and tricks to create compelling works that will provide heightened learning and more engaging content.
That, however, is not in the foreseeable future as textbook publishers work to test the markets, the needs and preferences of their users—as well as their own assumptions as they move into the electronic era.
This is about deconstructing the textbook, and creating content and tools that promote learner engagement and academic success. We see the expansion of teaching and learning platforms like McGraw-Hill Connect , which offers students personalized learning, self-assessment, lecture capture, online tutoring, online collaboration capabilities and much more.
It will function as a guide, interweaving and coordinating a variety of different learning resources including animations, simulations, and interactive exercises.
Such a package of resources would be easily searchable, and thus would be learner accessible with a flexible electronic interface.
Index eBook: Using the eBook If the McGraw-Hill textbook you are using for your course is available in ebook format, the ebook feature is available to you in your Connect course. After you open the ebook, you can: A Switch sections within a chapter by clicking the blue arrows, or the section drop-down menu. B Go to a specific page by entering a textbook page number. C Navigate with the book contents drop-down menu. D Highlight text, add your own notes, add a bookmark, or print the content on the current page.
E Adjust the font size or hide book images with the gear tool. F Search ebook content by keywords. The basics Smartbook 2.
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Quick Tips for Students. Create and add your course and section s Add components to your course Setting registration dates Overview: