CodinGame for Work vs. McGraw-Hill Connect

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
CodinGame for Work
Score 9.4 out of 10
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CodinGame for Work allows recruiters to quickly customize assessments to test for the technical skills required for development roles. According to the vendor, its game-based coding problems simultaneously improve the candidate experience and cut down on recruitment time by providing an accurate assessment of the candidate's skills.
$349
per month
McGraw-Hill Connect
Score 7.6 out of 10
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McGraw-Hill Connect is an e-learning platform offered by McGraw-Hill Education. Features include course and assignment creation, grading, learning aides, e-books, and student portals.N/A
Pricing
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CodinGame for WorkMcGraw-Hill Connect
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
CodinGame for WorkMcGraw-Hill Connect
Likelihood to Recommend
9.0
(1 ratings)
2.9
(9 ratings)
Support Rating
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(0 ratings)
4.1
(7 ratings)
User Testimonials
CodinGame for WorkMcGraw-Hill Connect
Likelihood to Recommend
CodinGame
If you are a tech recruiting, you might need to use an automation tool such as this. It will be more suitable for junior profile sourcing. Less appropriate for senior or architect-level openings. Great for technology-specific assessments, less appropriate for a full-stack technical assessment which will take 2 hours of the candidate's time.
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McGraw-Hill Education
If you want a prepackaged option for learning that requires minimal instructor input, comes with no support, and offers a limited number of options as far as a dynamic and engaging learning experience, then this is probably the right option for you. If, on the other hand, you want a product that does a lot of different things, has excellent customer service, dynamically engages and challenges the user in a number of different activities and learning exercises, then, uh, please look elsewhere.
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Pros
CodinGame
  • Create ad-hoc technical assessments within minutes.
  • Email bulk invites.
  • Candidates get instant feedback.
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McGraw-Hill Education
  • Integration with Canvas is seamless and easy to use.
  • Assignment completion, for students, is straightforward and easy to use.
  • The SmartBook allows students to read as they are tested with questions and this helps them learn the material easily without having first trying to read, memorize a chapter and then answer questions.
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Cons
CodinGame
  • Adding cutting-edge technologies in a faster way.
  • adding a "register link" so you can use a public link instead of personalized invitations.
  • Additional reporting and analyzing capabilities.
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McGraw-Hill Education
  • Difficult navigation upon sign-in
  • Too many choices per chapter - difficult to know which part to select to walk through assignments with students
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Support Rating
CodinGame
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McGraw-Hill Education
Personally, I did not encounter McGraw-Hill support. However, I worked with colleagues who needed support and were able to receive in a timely manner. Overall, McGraw Hill Connect is user-friendly (at least from teacher interface) and easy to navigate, which minimizes the need to reach out for support. The help button is useful and provides plenty of immediate support.
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Alternatives Considered
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McGraw-Hill Education
McGraw-Hill Connect does a great job being user friendly and has relevant tasks and activities for what needs to be taught. Blackboard does a good job being used as a communication and quiz board and Cengage operates based on activities similar to Connect.
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Return on Investment
CodinGame
  • Saved us team-wide 30+ working hours a week.
  • Help us compare internal from external talent.
  • Better candidate experience.
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McGraw-Hill Education
  • Because it did not integrate well with BBlearn and the adaptive quizzing did not function properly, we lost a great deal of time and had to face a large number of student issues. If it had worked well, we may still be using it.
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