Going Adaptive: Lessons in Implementation from Rio Salado College

When an institution has been designing and delivering online learning in one way for years, introducing new courseware can be a challenge. If ever there […]

The Most Desired Qualities of an Instructional Designer

Instructional Designer Qualities Required in eLearning Instructional Designers are indispensable in an eLearning courseware development process. They are involved since the identification of the learning […]

Why Online Course Offerings Matter to Postsecondary Students

In a recent article from Higher EdSurge, The Power of Choice: Why it Matters to Students, authors Jaime Hannans, Jill Leafstedt and Michelle Pacansky-Brock explore […]

How Well Designed Courseware Empowers Faculty in New and Surprising Ways

In 2015, The Atlantic published a piece by a veteran English teacher, who was concerned that courseware and the blended classroom will soon replace teachers. […]

Using Online Courseware to Create a Personalized Learning Experience

Online courseware is increasingly attractive to colleges and universities that are looking for innovative ways to address the challenges of closing the degree attainment gap, […]

Courseware LMSs – Good or bad for the industry?

You may be sitting right now with third party content in your LMS.  Maybe you purchased it via Open Sesame, or Skillsoft. Maybe you scored […]

What Student Outcomes Say About Adaptive Learning

Adaptive learning offers a variety of benefits to the higher education community. Long-term cost savings, increased accessibility, data gathering, and personalized instruction are driving factors […]

5 Signs Your University Is Ready To Try Adaptive Courseware

The University of Vermont (UVM) and National Louis University of Chicago (NLU) have both recently adopted Acrobatiq’s adaptive courseware at their institutions. In-depth case studies […]

How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

How Grit and Courseware Connect

What characteristics do top achievers share? What separates successful learners from those who are unsuccessful? These are the types of questions psychologist Angela Duckworth has […]

How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

What Is Learner-Centered?

While there doesn’t seem to be one definition for the student or learner-centered approach in higher education, Barbara McCombs, author of two books on learner-centered […]

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