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Elsevier Launches Adaptive Quizzing Solution For Nursing Students
Date:9/19/2013

s assignments and relative to exam readiness and adjust their teaching accordingly. Using faculty dashboards, teachers can quickly identify class trouble spots, where some students might be struggling, and identify those who may need focused attention. Intuitive individual dashboards also allow students to monitor their personal progress through increasing levels of mastery, helping them focus their time and energy on those areas where they need the most improvement.

EAQ utilizes Item Response Theory to guide learners adaptively through a bank of thousands of high-quality practice questions as they progress toward mastery. The adaptive engine does so by presenting learners with a series of personalized quizzes based on prior performance. This ensures that learners are consistently provided with new quizzes and related remediation at their current level of mastery. Within the program, students progress through multiple mastery levels as they develop and refine their critical thinking skills.

"EAQ is designed as a focused study tool that fosters sustainable learning in a dynamic and individualized manner," Danaher said. "The solution is a perfect fit for today's 'flipping the classroom' scenarios where much of the student learning occurs outside of the classroom."

The RN-level nursing offering for EAQ is composed of an NCLEX review product as well as multiple versions designed to accompany Elsevier's market-leading textbooks. The NCLEX-RN review version features more than 10,000 questions and is organized by content specialty areas, client needs and concepts.

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EAQ is powered by technology provided by Learning Objects, which has broad and deep experience in e-learning, learning assessment, and learning technology development.

To continuously improve, refine, and validate the effectiveness of EAQ, Learning Objects has assembled a Learning Science Advisory Board composed of scholars active in the f
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