Publish to benefit the teaching and learning needs in the Asian classrooms.
How often does a studentís passion for a subject get quenched because of a textbook that isnít relevant to our Asian culture and context? This remains a real and current issue with our students these days and this is exactly the driver behind our constant encouragement to academicians to pick up their pen and start writing for the Asian classroom.
At McGraw-Hill Education (Asia), we carefully select what we want to publish to ensure we achieve maximum success.
If you are interested in developing an original textbook that could be adopted as a core textbook in the most common courses found in the undergraduate programs or if you have been a user of any of our existing textbooks published in the States and are thinking of adapting it to cater to the teaching and learning needs in Asia, do e-mail a formal book proposal to us at Asiapub@mcgraw-hill.com, and the respective Acquisitions Editor will follow up with you. If you need some assistance in organizing your thoughts into a formal proposal that will ensure that McGraw-Hill Education (Asia) will be able to thoroughly assess the merits of your idea, click on our Guidelines for Proposal.