Is personalized learning the answer to helping your campus reach, retain, and graduate more diverse learners at lower costs? Maybe. The only way to find out is to explore the options.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015, Meaghan Duff, Ph.D. Executive Director of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ (APLU) Personalized Learning Consortium will address the question “On the Path to Personalized Learning, Can Adaptive Technologies Light the Way?” at Pennsylvania State University’s Center for Online Innovation in Learning.
The second session is “An Open Conversation with Meaghan Duff” from 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST and is located at 221 Chambers Building, University Park, PA. The conversation will allow deeper engagement. This session will not be recorded or live streamed.
APLU was recently awarded a $4.6 million grant to support a cohort of public universities as they scale implementation of adaptive courseware across their campuses to improve student learning outcomes and accelerate degree completion. An invitation-only request for proposals (RFP) will be available in late January 2016. Only U.S. based APLU member institutions are eligible to apply.