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The University of Missouri System and learning science company McGraw-Hill Education announced on March 7 an agreement that will increase student access to affordable course materials. The cost of all McGraw-Hill Education electronic textbooks will be lowered by an additional 38 percent to meet the university system’s definition of low cost.
McGraw-Hill Education will offer its entire higher education eBook catalog through the University of Missouri System’s AutoAccess program. The initial agreement gives students access to content purchased for five years. Read more.