A new report examines how adaptive learning is changing both the institutional and supplier landscapes

It's changing the way faculty teach, building new features into technology products for institutions, and is slowly coming out of the test pilot bubble. These are just some of the ways adaptive learning has evolved for 2016.

The evolution of adaptive learning is largely focused on five concepts, some of which have changed rapidly in recent years, according to a new report from research and advisory firm Tyton Partners.

Learning to Adapt 2.0 notes that institutions will need to address cost, access and quality of adaptive...

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