Seattle Campus News

Media Coverage | November 25, 2013

Partnership Explores Online Learning That Learns With You

By Northeastern University College of Professional Studies

Sacramento Bee, November 25, 2013

BOSTON and SEATTLE, Nov. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Whether teaching six students or 600, what if an instructor could adapt his or her class to meet the needs of every individual by utilizing a new online learning technology?

That’s the goal of a new collaborative effort between Northeastern University College of Professional Studies, Shoreline Community College, and CogBooks Ltd., funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Called the Adaptive Learning Market Acceleration Program, this program will guide and inform the approach to online classes at Northeastern and Shoreline using technology developed by CogBooks, a leading adaptive learning platform. Adaptive learning technologies hold the promise of transforming online education by making the student the center of the learning experience. In this form of teaching, course content is modified by software to adapt to an individual student’s pace and learning, to fit his or her demonstrated needs.

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