Adopting Adaptive Learning: College Perspectives

September 9, 2020

12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Webinar Series Focuses on Adaptive Learning

As part of the Every Learner Everywhere (ELE) initiative, ATD partners with a network of 11 higher education and digital learning organizations to advance equity and improve student outcomes at colleges and universities by providing scalable, high-quality supports for effective digital learning solutions. As part of this effort, ATD has been working with 7 ATD network colleges to integrate adaptive courseware in select foundational courses to improve student completion rates. During this series of four webinars, faculty and staff from ATD’s ELE colleges will share their experiences implementing adaptive learning at their colleges. The webinar dates and topics are:
• Wednesday, September 9: Adopting Adaptive Learning: College Perspectives
• Wednesday, September 30: Adaptive Learning: Pedagogies and Practices
• Wednesday, October 21: Adaptive Learning in Math Courses
• Wednesday, November 18: Adaptive Learning in Science Courses
This series is recommended for higher education professionals interested in learning more about the promise and the hype of adaptive courseware.  The webinars are sponsored by Achieving the Dream and the Every Learner Everywhere network and are free and open to everyone.


Adopting Adaptive Learning: College Perspectives

While there is significant promise (and hype) around using adaptive courseware in the college classroom to improve outcomes for students, the on-the-ground implementation of adaptive courseware can be complex and take time to get right.

During this webinar, academic administrators from Indian River State College in Florida and Cuyahoga Community College in Ohio will discuss their firsthand experiences implementing adaptive courseware as part of the Every Learner Everywhere (ELE) project. ELE is a network of organizations with expertise--including Achieving the Dream--in evaluating, implementing, scaling, and measuring the efficacy of education technologies, curriculum and course design strategies, teaching practices, and support services that personalize instruction.

Join us for this free webinar to learn from our panel of presenters as they share why their institutions adopted adaptive learning, how they made adaptive courseware work for their faculty and students, and what their future plans are for their adaptive programs.


Anthony Dribben, Assistant Dean of Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Indian River State College
Lynne O’Dell, Mathematics and Science Student Success Coordinator, Indian River State College
Dwayne Keeney, Associate Dean, Liberal Arts, Cuyahoga Community College
Kara DePaul, Specialist, Academic Professional Development, Cuyahoga Community College


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