Adoption of cloud-based class content recording solution gains traction; Student usage of Tegrity increases 47% as users log over one million recording views year-to-date

SANTA CLARA, Calif., (July 19, 2011 ) -- As higher education institutions recognize the powerful impact of lecture and course content recording technology, Tegrity, a division of McGraw-Hill Higher Education, today announced a record number of new customers in Q2, an increase of 157% over the same period the year prior.

A small sampling of new customers added in Q2 include Eastern Washington University, University of Washington, and Washington State University (purchasing together as part of the Washington...

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