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Adapt Courseware Expands Repository of Adaptive, Multimedia Content
Adapt Courseware, a provider of adaptive learning content and resources, has broadened its content repository with new interactive tools, video lectures, practice exercises and assessments in 10 academic disciplines. The company now offers both complete online course content and pieces of adaptive multimedia for Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Introduction to Marketing; Financial Accounting; Statistics; Introduction to Psychology; Introduction to Sociology; Organizational Behavior; Foundations of Reading and Writing; and Intermediate Algebra.
According to CEO Mark Brodsky, the company's content is developed through a rigorous process of research, production and testing for each discipline. "Numerous instructional designers, course developers, film producers and educational subject-matter experts collaborate on our adaptive multimedia offerings, which are designed to accommodate a variety of teaching and learning styles," said Brodsky in a prepared statement.
The content repository includes faculty tool sets, customizable modules and analytics. A flexible authoring environment allows faculty, course authors and instructional designers to put together as many of Adapt Courseware's resources as they wish, in any order, and combine them with third-party or faculty-developed content.
For more information, visit the Adapt Courseware site.
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