Learning to Adapt 2.0: The State of Adaptive Learning in Higher Education Today

Adaptive learning in higher education is evolving to address specific needs across a spectrum of institutions and degree programs. In 2012, Tyton Partners (formerly Education Growth Advisors) embarked on a comprehensive study of this market, which over the last five years has grown to become a more familiar and mature category of learning technology.

This webcast will present selected findings from their most recent research in the fall of 2015 on the state of adaptive learning in higher education today. Highlights will include market evolution themes and institutional profiles that help illustrate the diversity of options and approaches taking shape across the industry, as well as an introduction to a taxonomy for institutions to use when considering adopting adaptive learning products.  David Pinkus, former vice president of innovation for Western Governors University, and Kevin Bell, executive director of curriculum development and deployment, Northeastern University will address the important institutional issues of ROI, scalability, and learning outcomes.

The webcast is provided free and open to all. WCET has moved to GoToWebinar for its webcasts which allows up to 1,000 participants.  Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast.

Register today for the WCET webcast, "Learning to Adapt 2.0: The State of Adaptive Learning in Higher Education Today" on March 17 at Noon MDT. The free webcast will run for 60 minutes. The webcast will take place via GoToWebinar.

An archive of this webcast will be available on this webpage by March 24.

Presenters:

Kevin BellKevin Bell
Executive Director of Curriculum Development and Deployment & Senior Fellow for the Lowell Institute / Lecturer
College of Professional Studies
Northeastern University

 

 

Gates BryantGates Bryant
Partner,
Tyton Partners

 

Brian FlemmingBrian Fleming
Principal,
Tyton Partners

 

 

David PinkusDavid Pinkus
Higher Education Consultant

 

 

 

Moderator:

Niki BrayNiki Bray
WCET Fellow for Adaptive Learning