- Cambridge University Press is partnering with adaptive learning company Knewton to enhance its English Language Teaching digital products with the Knewton API.
- The integration with the Cambridge LMS—used by more than 250,000 students and teachers worldwide—will allow instructors to use real-time recommendations and analytics to monitor student performance, giving them insight into the needs of individual students or the class at large.
- Cambridge is a major addition to Knewton's line-up of publishing partners, which also includes Pearson, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Macmillan Education, Triumph Learning and Wiley.
From the press release:
... “Providing innovative learning solutions that make a meaningful difference in each student and teacher's life is our top priority,” said Michael Peluse, global Managing Director for English Language Teaching. “Adding Knewton technology to our state-of-the-art digital products means they will become even more effective, providing teachers with the information and the tools to help them evaluate course content, identify student competencies, and deliver tailored lessons accordingly.”
“It’s an honor to join forces with Cambridge University Press to bring personalized learning to more students worldwide and improve student outcomes,” said Knewton Founder and CEO Jose Ferreira. “Knewton adaptive learning technology will make it easier for teachers to tailor lessons to meet each student’s unique needs.” ...