"Computer-driven adaptive learning has been around for decades; in its most basic form, it is simply the computer program branching the learning path based upon responses the student makes. Some learners may be best served by materials delivered in a different format -- for example, case studies rather than theoretical study. Others may need refresher learning for underpinning skills, principles and theories upon which more advanced learning is built."—Source: Inside Higher Ed
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Could artificial intelligence be an adaptive learning game-changer? Read how data could be used for personalization at scale, using AI to tailor courses to fit individual student needs.