McGraw-Hill Education, the learning science company, announced recently that it has won two SIIA 2017 CODiE Awards for its education technology tools:
- Best Authoring/Development Tool for Educators:
Learning Science Platform
- Best Instructional Solution in Other Curriculum Areas:
The Software and Information Industry Association's CODiE Awards are an annual program that recognizes excellence in software development and is the only peer-recognition program of its kind in the education industry.
"These two awards, as well as the 12 finalist nominations we received this year, are the result of the incredible work of so many people across the company – from editorial to software development to marketing," said David Levin, CEO of McGraw-Hill Education. "Our recent CODiE Award success is a demonstration that our digital products are meeting the needs of customers and helping all learners unlock their full potential."
Since 2013, McGraw-Hill Education has won six CODiE Awards, including Best Postsecondary Learning Content Solution last year for McGraw-Hill Connect®. The company has had a product named a finalist 58 times since 2013, including 12 times this year.
About McGraw-Hill Education’s CODiE Award winners:
Learning Science Platform is an adaptive environment which transforms instructor content, Open Educational Resources (OER) and McGraw-Hill Education materials into dynamic, personalized learning experiences that drive mastery and measurable results for each and every student.
SIMnet is McGraw-Hill Education's leading digital solution for Computer Information Technology. The newest edition, SIMnet for Office 2016, is redefining student learning at its core by being easy to use, focused on personalized, lifelong learning and committed to measurable results.