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Whether accessing online homework, quizzes, and tests; studying with the market leading adaptive learning tool; or utilizing an interactive eBook; Connect Physics provides a complete digital solution. Connect’s seamless partnership with the text’s content allows instructors and students to go beyond the print world, and into the digital realm with complete confidence.

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McGraw-Hill Connect engages students in the course content so they are better prepared, are more active in discussion, and achieve better results. See the Proof »

Features

  • Guided Solutions

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    Most exercises in Connect feature the Guided Solution which takes the student step-by-step through solving the problem much like a human tutor.  Framing the exercise is the first step with Connect leading the student to the appropriate equations and then computation necessary for the solution.

  • Dependent Multipart Problems

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    A dependent multipart problem is one large problem broken into subsequent parts (2, 3, or more) which must be completed in order (must complete part A before part B, etc). Each of these problems offers an excellent tutorial-style format which can use different learning technologies to teach different concepts around the core of the problem. Feedback hints are available for each part and for the entire problem. Partial credit is available – students will get credit for the parts of the problem they get right.

  • Integrated eBook

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    When learning tools are interactive, content is more approachable and engagement is deeper. Connect includes an Integrated eBook that builds student comprehension through animation, audio and video. As part of its rich media format, students can insert and review notes, highlight text, conduct searches for specific content and interact with high-impact images.

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Case Study

Physics - Washtenaw Community College

Professor Robert Hagood knows the value of practice problems in his course, but felt limited in the amount of homework he could assign due to the time it took to manually grade and review it in class. He found that Connect Physics enabled him to assign a sufficient number of practice problems for students without adding to his grading time or using valuable class time to review. Not only do his students now get immediate feedback on their homework, but Professor Hagood is able to monitor individual student progress, as well as focus on areas of difficulty for entire classes. A noticeable increase in student engagement and academic performance has made Professor Hagood a campus proponent of Connect Physics.

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    Martin Hackworth

    DFC for Physics

    Idaho State University

  • Astronomy_DFC-RobHagood

    Rob Hagood

    DFC for Physics

    Washtenaw Community College

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