During SXSWedu, Acrobatiq will be participating in the ImagineCon: The Future of Student Success event, hosted by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on March 8. From 2:00-4:00pm at the JW Marriott Salon, the foundation will showcase cutting-edge projects in student success, personalized learning and next generation courseware they have funded – one of which is Acrobatiq. Throughout the event, Eric Frank, CEO of Acrobatiq, will be conducting 15-minute demonstrations and answering questions on all of Acrobatiq’s personalized learning solutions. Learn more.
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Backed by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Acrobatiq is a learning optimization company building on CMU’s strengths in cognitive and learning science, and applied research in technology-enabled learning from CMU’s pioneering Open Learning Initiative.
Our learning optimization platform, fast-start content library and professional services enable institutions to rapidly author, deliver, evaluate and continuously improve outcomes-based learning experiences that adapt to the needs of each learner. Insights generated from student learning data provide educators and student support teams with detailed information about which learners need help and with what, leading to improved student engagement and academic achievement.
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