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The Next Chapter for Acrobatiq 

On September 1, 2018, Acrobatiq was acquired by VitalSource Technologies, an Ingram Content Company. The team and I could not be more excited to be joining forces.   Acrobatiq will continue to be a standalone unit of VitalSource and will continue to do what it was born to do—enable the creation, delivery, and continuous improvement […]

The Next Chapter for Acrobatiq 

On September 1, 2018, Acrobatiq was acquired by VitalSource Technologies, an Ingram Content Company. The team and I could not be more excited to be joining forces.   Acrobatiq will continue to be a standalone unit of VitalSource and will continue to do what it was born to do—enable the creation, delivery, and continuous improvement […]

(04/09/2018 @ 14:45)

Acrobatiq Release 4.0 is Here! 

Acrobatiq is pleased to announce the release of Acrobatiq 4 with a completely new Rich Text and Math Equation Editor in Smart Author™; new capabilities to automate tagging assessments to learning objectives; updates to The Learning Dashboard; and new administrative options for synching Acrobatiq grades with a learning management system. New Features and Improvements for Course Authors New text […]

Acrobatiq Release 4.0 is Here! 

Acrobatiq is pleased to announce the release of Acrobatiq 4 with a completely new Rich Text and Math Equation Editor in Smart Author™; new capabilities to automate tagging assessments to learning objectives; updates to The Learning Dashboard; and new administrative options for synching Acrobatiq grades with a learning management system. New Features and Improvements for Course Authors New text […]

(30/07/2018 @ 21:58)

Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning 

In a recent article by The Chronicle of Higher Education, What Do Students Want From Online Courses?, the publication examines the findings of a study conducted by Learning House and Aslanian Market Research. The study focused on the wants and needs of students enrolled in online courses- from what mediums they learn with, to the […]

Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning 

In a recent article by The Chronicle of Higher Education, What Do Students Want From Online Courses?, the publication examines the findings of a study conducted by Learning House and Aslanian Market Research. The study focused on the wants and needs of students enrolled in online courses- from what mediums they learn with, to the […]

(26/06/2018 @ 02:40)

What’s New in The Acrobatiq Learning Dashboard 

Acrobatiq generates real-time, actionable insight into learners’ progress by capturing both engagement and learning data. Engagement, or click-stream data, shows each student’s movement and actions in the learning experience. Examples include logins, page views, video plays, time in course, and so on. Learning data captures evidence of learning, or demonstrations of the student’s knowledge state. […]

What’s New in The Acrobatiq Learning Dashboard 

Acrobatiq generates real-time, actionable insight into learners’ progress by capturing both engagement and learning data. Engagement, or click-stream data, shows each student’s movement and actions in the learning experience. Examples include logins, page views, video plays, time in course, and so on. Learning data captures evidence of learning, or demonstrations of the student’s knowledge state. […]

(25/04/2018 @ 18:12)

On the Roadmap With Acrobatiq 

Over the past six months, the Acrobatiq team has been working closely with our academic and corporate partners, helping them design, deliver, and continuously improve eLearning programs that drive better outcomes for learners and organizations. eLearning courses developed with Acrobatiq incorporate adaptive technology that dynamically assesses each student’s learning progress in real time, and delivers […]

On the Roadmap With Acrobatiq 

Over the past six months, the Acrobatiq team has been working closely with our academic and corporate partners, helping them design, deliver, and continuously improve eLearning programs that drive better outcomes for learners and organizations. eLearning courses developed with Acrobatiq incorporate adaptive technology that dynamically assesses each student’s learning progress in real time, and delivers […]

(24/04/2018 @ 18:15)

Fixing Completion– How Personalized Learning Can Help 

At the 100th annual meeting of the American Council of Education, Wick Sloane, a former Chief Financial Officer in higher ed, proposed a serious challenge to attendees: fix college completion by the year 2020. According to Mr. Sloane- supported by research presented by a UN report detailing the extreme poverty facing Americans- students from low-income, […]

Fixing Completion– How Personalized Learning Can Help 

At the 100th annual meeting of the American Council of Education, Wick Sloane, a former Chief Financial Officer in higher ed, proposed a serious challenge to attendees: fix college completion by the year 2020. According to Mr. Sloane- supported by research presented by a UN report detailing the extreme poverty facing Americans- students from low-income, […]

(03/04/2018 @ 19:06)

Using Engagement Data to Visualize the “Doer Effect” and Improve Learning Gains 

By Alison Pendergast, CMO, Acrobatiq; Benny G. Johnson, Ph.D., Director of Research and Development, Acrobatiq; and Rachel Van Campenhout, Director of Content, Acrobatiq In 2015, cognitive scientists at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) sought to better understand whether “watching to learn” using video lectures — a popular approach used in many Massively Online Open Courses — […]

Using Engagement Data to Visualize the “Doer Effect” and Improve Learning Gains 

By Alison Pendergast, CMO, Acrobatiq; Benny G. Johnson, Ph.D., Director of Research and Development, Acrobatiq; and Rachel Van Campenhout, Director of Content, Acrobatiq In 2015, cognitive scientists at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) sought to better understand whether “watching to learn” using video lectures — a popular approach used in many Massively Online Open Courses — […]

(11/03/2018 @ 17:26)

What’s Important to Students When Choosing a College? 

Choosing a college can be one of the most exciting decisions in a young person’s life, but it can also be a very stressful and complicated decision, especially for students from low-income families. In a recent article from The Chronicle of Higher Education, 7 Things Students Think About When Choosing a College, author Julian Wyllie […]

What’s Important to Students When Choosing a College? 

Choosing a college can be one of the most exciting decisions in a young person’s life, but it can also be a very stressful and complicated decision, especially for students from low-income families. In a recent article from The Chronicle of Higher Education, 7 Things Students Think About When Choosing a College, author Julian Wyllie […]

(05/03/2018 @ 16:25)

The Growth of Online Learning 

Survey data released from the Education Department’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System has revealed that online learning is continuing to experience steady growth in the United States. While enrollment at bricks and mortar institutions has been relatively unaffected, online enrollment, particularly at non-profit institutions, continues to climb. Western Governors University and Arizona State University experienced […]

The Growth of Online Learning 

Survey data released from the Education Department’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System has revealed that online learning is continuing to experience steady growth in the United States. While enrollment at bricks and mortar institutions has been relatively unaffected, online enrollment, particularly at non-profit institutions, continues to climb. Western Governors University and Arizona State University experienced […]

(13/02/2018 @ 16:09)

How the Rise of Microcredentials is Shaping Higher Education 

In a recent article from The EvoLLLution, Cathrael Kazin, managing partner of Volta Learning Group, wrote about the rise of the micro. Micro homes, micro technology, but most importantly- micro education. Microcredentials in education have become an inexpensive, time-sensitive and convenient way for non-traditional students to better prepare themselves for the workforce. Rather than investing […]

How the Rise of Microcredentials is Shaping Higher Education 

In a recent article from The EvoLLLution, Cathrael Kazin, managing partner of Volta Learning Group, wrote about the rise of the micro. Micro homes, micro technology, but most importantly- micro education. Microcredentials in education have become an inexpensive, time-sensitive and convenient way for non-traditional students to better prepare themselves for the workforce. Rather than investing […]

(16/01/2018 @ 19:55)

Acrobatiq 3.2 Release 

We at Acrobatiq are pleased to share our most recent platform update, Acrobatiq 3.2. This update comes with a list of significant improvements to course authoring, production, and maintenance. UX Updates to Authoring Some changes to the authoring functions include a new login page, an improved blueprint editor page, and changes to password complexity requirements. […]

Acrobatiq 3.2 Release 

We at Acrobatiq are pleased to share our most recent platform update, Acrobatiq 3.2. This update comes with a list of significant improvements to course authoring, production, and maintenance. UX Updates to Authoring Some changes to the authoring functions include a new login page, an improved blueprint editor page, and changes to password complexity requirements. […]

(18/12/2017 @ 03:42)

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 was an institution up to that challenge, however, it’s Rio Salado College. A two-year institution based in Tempe, Arizona, Rio Salado serves more than 54,000 students with online courses. While […]

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 was an institution up to that challenge, however, it’s Rio Salado College. A two-year institution based in Tempe, Arizona, Rio Salado serves more than 54,000 students with online courses. While […]

(05/11/2017 @ 01:39)

22/01/2020 @ 05:11