Learning to Adapt: Understanding the Adaptive Learning Supplier Landscape

by: Adam Newman | Papers |Apr 15th, 2013

Among the innovations sweeping across the higher education landscape, adaptive learning may remain one of the least understood and most misrepresented. At the same time, few “true” adaptive learning solutions have achieved meaningful scale of institutional adoption. However, given the challenges facing higher education institutions today and the profound rethinking of their missions and models taking place, now may be an ideal time for administrators and faculty to take a closer look at what an increasing number of suppliers are offering. In support of that goal, this publication provides the necessary signposts for more in-depth understanding of this still emergent segment.

A Tyton Partners project created in partnership with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a companion piece to Learning to Adapt: A Case for Accelerating Adaptive Learning in Higher Education, provides institutional decision-makers, technology providers and other higher education stakeholders with market segmentation of the adaptive learning supplier landscape. We also support institutional stakeholders with frameworks and resources to facilitate campus conversations regarding evaluation and adoption of adaptive learning solutions.

Recent Library Posts

Jul

24

TYT049_FinAidSnap_Rd2b-01[5]

Jul 24, 2017

Will the Office of Federal Student Aid Find Opportunity Amidst the Loan Crisis?

Bottom Line In late June, Arthur Wayne Johnson was appointed...

Jun

14

TYT045_AltPath2_Snapshot_Rd3

Jun 14, 2017

Alternative Pathways: Are They Set Up for Success?

The Bottom Line A rapidly expanding collection of companies and organizations...

Jun

14

FinAidWebsite

Jun 14, 2017

Finding a Fit: The Evolution of Student-Centered Financial Aid

A publication focusing on identifying challenges and emerging solutions related...

Jun

12

TYT044_Thumbnail-270x172 (002)

Jun 12, 2017

Time for Class 2017

The Time for Class series was first published in 2015...