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2022 McGraw Hill Connect® updates: fewer clicks, new co-instructor privileges

Student success begins with you and a courseware solution that supports your teaching style. That’s why we’ve made significant improvements to the instructor workflows in Connect, and added features designed to make managing your course even easier.

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Visit and bookmark our new Support at Every Step site and find tools and resources that can help with grading, reporting, and a strong finish to the term.

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Flexible, interactive lab simulations are designed to keep students engaged and improve their comprehension and confidence anytime, anywhere. Accessible simulations (VPAT) and assessment content create a genuine lab experience for all students.

McGraw Hill Blog

The McGraw Hill Blog is full of content from instructors and students featuring articles written in conjunction with The Jed Foundation, videos, case studies, classroom best practices, and tips for success.

Proactive Signs of Burnout and Tips to Prevent It

This article looks at what burnout is, what the signs of burnout are, how we can develop environments that reduce the risk of burnout, and tips to prevent it. Read article s

What You Need to Know About New Data on Student Procrastination

When college students procrastinate on their coursework, it can have damaging consequences for their grades and college careers. Read article s

What Every First-Year College Student Should Know About Stress

Stress is an issue we all face, but with first-year college students, stress can often take a harmful and negative mental toll on students. Watch Video s

When to Ask for Help for First-Year Students and Caregivers

First-year students on a college campus will often not know when they need help. They’ll develop this idea that they must do everything by themselves. Watch Video s