In the wake of Apple and Google pitching augmented reality to schools, McGraw-Hill is stepping up its own augmented reality efforts for education.

On Tuesday, the publishing powerhouse announced a partnership with Alchemie, an educational app startup that gamifies learning, to develop augmented reality apps for college-level chemistry courses through a National Science Foundation research grant.

“Today’s students want to engage with advanced technologies that make the learning experience more dynamic and effective,” said Scott Virkler, chief product and operating officer for higher education… more


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