Closing the distance between print and online for adaptive learning

Personalized print learning solutions could help close the gap between online, print worlds by letting publishers and faculty tailor materials for students’ individual needs.

personalized-printAdaptive learning provider Knewton has unveiled Personalized Print Learning Solutions with HP to make adaptive learning materials seamlessly available across print and digital platforms.

Not every student has access to a computer at home or in the classroom, and some simply prefer print materials. With Personalized Print Learning Solutions, publishers will be able to create adaptive educational materials, including personalized print chapters of textbooks, worksheets, or assignments for schools and colleges that primarily rely on print textbooks.

Students can learn using printed and/or digital adaptive content. Using Knewton and HP’s technology, educators can assign tailored content based on each student’s submitted work by scanning a printed worksheet with a smartphone.

(Next page: How faculty can use the new solution to target student learning)

Laura Ascione