McGraw-Hill and Arab Open University Partner on Course Materials
November 7, 2018

Students at Arab Open University's nine branches in the Middle East and Africa will have access to McGraw-Hill Connect digital course materials customized for the institution, the publisher announced Monday.

The nonprofit institution has worked with McGraw-Hill in the past, according to a press release, but this formal three-year agreement represents a stronger pairing. In addition to offering course materials, the company will help the institution with "marketing and social responsibility initiatives," the press release says.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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