PHILADELPHIA, November 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Elsevier Adaptive Learning, powered by Cerego technology, combines brain science with patented algorithms for an individualized, more effective learning experience
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of Elsevier Adaptive Learning, a personalized learning experience for nursing and health profession students that maximizes the efficacy and efficiency of learning, memory and retrieval of knowledge in an effort to improve learning outcomes.
Powered by technology from Cerego, a memory management tool with patented algorithms that apply scientifically researched principles, Elsevier Adaptive Learning will help nursing and health professions students acquire knowledge rapidly, maintain knowledge to a high degree of retention, and retrieve knowledge quickly and effortlessly throughout their education and into their clinical practice.
"Research into the workings of human memory is well understood but rarely makes its way into tools that students can actually use, and this is what we are committed to delivering," said Andrew Smith Lewis, Founder and Executive Chairman of Cerego. "Elsevier Adaptive Learning, powered by Cerego, provides an easy, intuitive and engaging way for students to learn faster and remember information longer, utilizing content derived from Elsevier's distinguished library of educational text."
This launch is part of a partnership between Elsevier and Cerego, centered upon meaningfully improving learning outcomes through powerful adaptive learning solutions.
Unique capabilities of Elsevier Adaptive Learning include:
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