The right tool for the right job. The question is, what’s the right job?
In all the many discussions about the technological advancements in courseware, from learning analytics to adaptive learning, we are missing the invisible yet critical and ubiquitous revolution in content design that makes all the technological advances possible.
National Louis University and Acrobatiq show what it takes to build a degree program in which courseware can help meaningfully impact outcomes and close achievement gaps.
We interviewed the advisory committee for the Courseware in Context (CWiC) Framework about their goals and aspirations for the project. The key that makes CWiC different from previous efforts is the “context” part.
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed company executives as they focus more on faculty enablement rather than the “adaptive learning” silver bullet, despite popular labels.
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed Ole Miss and UCF, who both described their experiences gaining greater visibility into student learning when using courseware.
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed APUS and Bay Path University about their experiences deploying adaptive courseware at scale.