Student Adaptive Learning Behavior Prototypes: A Research Partnership

Friday, November 02 | 8:00AM–8:45AM MT | Four Seasons Ballroom 1, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The presenters will describe a cooperative research project between the University of Central Florida, Colorado Technical University, and platform provider Realizeit. They will examine student prototype behaviors in adaptive courses in multiple contexts, identifying the potential and challenges for prototype students in the adaptive learning environment.

Outcomes: Understand the benefits and challenges of utilizing adaptive learning as an instructional tool * Evaluate the impact of adaptive learning across unique campus contexts * Articulate the value of campus-vendor collaboration for researching adaptive learning


  • Colm Howlin

    Principal Researcher, Realizeit
  • Connie Johnson

    Higher Education Consultant, Colorado Technical University
  • Patsy Moskal

    Director, RITE, University of Central Florida

Resources & Downloads

  • An Adaptive Learning Partnership

    Updated on 11/26/2019