The Desire2Learn McGraw-Hill (MH) Campus Integration allows students and instructors to seamlessly access MH Campus’ suite of digital teaching and learning tools and content at no cost to instructors. The gradebook sync functionality provides instructors with the ability to push scores directly from Connect (a digital resource available within MH Campus) to their D2L gradebook.
Any instructor using McGraw-Hill textbooks with their course can utilize this service. To learn more contact your McGraw Hill Account Manager.
You can place a link to the MH Campus Integration by using one of the following methods:
Note: The instructions linked above only demonstrate how to add a link to MH Campus from within D2L. For instructions on how to use MH Campus and the grade sync feature available in Connect, instructors should visit the Connect Success Academy.
All support for MH Campus is provided by the vendor. Click on Contact Us within MH Campus or visit the Connect Success Academy to access extensive online training materials.
The Connect Success Academy also provides a number of Desire2Learn resources.
For individual needs, phone, email, and chat support are also provided by MH Campus. Visit MH Campuses’ Support Center at http://mpss.mhhe.com/ for their contact information and hours.
In order to ensure that grades sync properly between D2L and Connect, students must access MH Campus via D2L (as opposed to a direct link to MH Campus).
If students created an MH Campus account outside of D2L, they must access MH Campus through the link in their course in D2L so that their accounts can be joined. Upon clicking on the link, students will be asked whether they are a new or existing user. Existing users should provide the credentials they used to set up their MH Campus account. This information will ensure that work completed in MH Campus can be synced with D2L.
OIT has engaged McGraw-Hill to determine the accessibility compliance of their various digital resources. They have stated that they’re committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to people with disabilities. Discussions with McGraw-Hill Education are still underway. As OIT staff investigate the impact to the CU-Boulder campus, it is recommended that instructors exercise caution when using McGraw-Hill Education products until more is known. If you’re using a McGraw-Hill digital resource, please let us know by filling out the Accessible Technology feedback form. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT Service Center.