CogBooks Supports Colleges Moving to Remote Learning by Offering Online Adaptive Courseware at No Charge

CogBooks, a pioneering adaptive learning company, today announced that it is offering its courseware at no charge for 16 of the most-used topics in higher education to help colleges and instructors with the transition to remote learning as a result of dramatic changes being experienced across campuses nationwide.

CogBooks was founded in 2005 and is used by students globally at institutions such as Arizona State University, Portland State University and Georgia State University. In independent studies, CogBooks technology has demonstrated double-digit improvements in course and learning outcomes in online learning settings.

In response to the escalating situation, more than 200 colleges and universities in the U.S. are moving all on-campus courses online through spring quarters or semesters; a number that is expected to grow substantially in the coming days and weeks.

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