McGraw-Hill Education Presents Latest in Education Technology at CES 2014

McGraw-Hill Education announced its participation at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where company executives will discuss how digital innovation continues to improve the education industry and provide an update on the state of adaptive learning technology in today’s classrooms. At the show, the company will debut a new user interface for SmartBook™, the first adaptive reading experience for higher education, which was launched at CES last year along with the broader LearnSmart Advantage™ adaptive learning suite.

McGraw-Hill Education CES 2014 2Photo credits McGraw-Hill Education

McGraw-Hill Education will also highlight its adaptive study tool, LearnSmart®, which recently surpassed 3 million users as the market-leading adaptive learning tool in higher education. McGraw-Hill Education developed SmartBook and LearnSmart in conjunction with Denmark-based adaptive learning company Area9.

Stephen Laster, chief digital officer at McGraw-Hill Education, and Brian Kibby, president of McGraw-Hill Higher Education, will also join other thought leaders at TransformingEDU, the education conference and exhibition at CES, to share thoughts on digital courseware, personalized and adaptive learning, and what the future holds for education technology.

McGraw-Hill Education CES 2014

TransformingEDU Presentation Details:

The Next Edition of Digital Textbooks and Courseware

Who: Brian Kibby, president of McGraw-Hill Higher Education, will join panelists Mickey Levitan, CEO/ Founder of Courseload, Dr. Richard Baraniuk, the Victor E Cameron Professor at Rice University, Grenville Gooder, Vice President, EDU Practice at Kaltura, and Amanda Antico, President of Saylor Academy
What: This panel will examine the current state of digital textbooks at the institutional level and what changes are needed to improve them
When: Thurs., Jan. 9 at 9:50 a.m.
Where: Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, Room N256

Getting Personal: Curriculum Built for One

Who: Stephen Laster, chief digital officer of McGraw-Hill Education, will join panelists Dr. Dan Yang, Founder of Rullingnet Corp., Raj Valli, Founder and CEO of Tabtor, and Jessica Berlinski, Chief Learning Officer and Co-Founder of If You Can Company
What: This panel will focus on the growth of personalized learning and the different systems that are available in the education market
When: Thurs., Jan. 9 at 2:35 p.m.
Where: Where: Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, Room N256

McGraw-Hill Education at CES and Pepcom:

Throughout CES and at the Pepcom media event on Jan. 6, McGraw-Hill Education will highlight the growing adoption of adaptive learning technology at high schools, colleges and universities across the country. In 2013, LearnSmart approached some key milestones, including:

  • 3 million total users since its launch in 2009, and almost 1.5 million LearnSmart users in 2013
  • Over 2 billion questions answered by students using LearnSmart
  • When compared to 2012, LearnSmart saw a user growth of 45 percent in 2013

At Pepcom in particular, the company will demonstrate SmartBook’s new user interface and the larger LearnSmart adaptive learning suite.

McGraw-Hill Education will post live tweets from the conference through its Twitter feeds (@MHEducation@MHHigherEd).

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