Missouri System Chooses McGraw-Hill to Expand Access to Affordable Materials
March 14, 2018

The University of Missouri system has teamed up with McGraw-Hill Education to expand access to affordable materials through a partnership designed to lower costs on electronic textbooks and offer the publisher’s entire catalog of ebooks to students.

McGraw-Hill electronic textbooks will cost 38 percent less than their current price to meet the system’s definition of low cost. Ebooks will be available through the system’s AutoAccess program, launched in 2014 in collaboration with campus stores, content publishers and faculty members. Students can secure ebooks from AutoAccess through their institution’s learning management system.


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