A Student’s View on How Higher Education Institutions Can Drive Student Success

Our last blog looked at how Universities are looking to implement personalized learning technology in their courses to attract – and attain – as diverse a range of students possible. The question is – does it work? And when the technology is in place, what else do students need?

Earlier in 2016 we interviewed a student who turned her C-grades to A-grades after one semester of using CogBooks’ BIOLOGY 100. Anna* is a first-generation student and through our discussion it became apparent that there are two significant – yet easy to adopt – factors that universities can implement to improve student success.

Initial impressions of a first-generation student

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