Lessons from Adopting an Adaptive Platform

Tuesday, March 28 | 2:00PM–2:50PM | Room 551
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Standard Presentation
The American Women's College at Bay Path University has spent the last year implementing an adaptive learning platform in several online courses. The data captured in such a system can benefit all stakeholders—students, faculty, subject matter experts, course builders—with improved outcomes and identification of areas for improvement. Adoption can be a challenge since the design and learning experiences of an adaptive course is quite different from traditional online and on-ground courses. Attendees will learn some of the challenges and best practices that TAWC has gleaned from its experience in this area.

Outcomes: Describe adaptive learning and its components * Identify the challenges and rewards of adopting an adaptive platform * Identify methods to overcome challenges or barriers to adoption of an adaptive learning platform


  • Jeremy Anderson

    Vice President Learning Innovation, Analytics, and Technology, Bay Path University
  • Heather Bushey

    Director of SOUL & FIPSE Project Manager, Bay Path University
  • Criss Guy

    Online Course Builder, Bay Path University
  • Michael Roberts

    Assistant Director of Instructional Design, Bay Path University