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CTU Chief Academic Officer Dr. Connie Johnson Co-Hosts #WCETAdaptive Learning Twitter Chat

What is adaptive learning and how does a university get started?

What's been your biggest surprise at CTU when implementing adaptive learning?

CTU Chief Academic Officer and Provost Dr. Connie JohnsonCTU Chief Academic Officer and Provost Dr. Connie Johnson (@DrConnieJohnson) joined WCET fellow Niki Bray (@adaptivechat) to answer these questions and more during WCET's first Adaptive Learning Twitter Chat, which focuses on topics related to adaptive learning technology implementation, faculty engagement and student results. Dr. Johnson shared CTU’s adaptive learning experiences with participants, which included fellow educators and technology leaders, and highlighted how CTU is using innovative technology to help students pursue their personal and professional goals.

WCET (WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies) is a division of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, a leading national organization devoted to advancing excellence in technology-enhanced higher education. In 2014, CTU received WCET’s Outstanding Work (WOW) award for its intellipath™ adaptive learning technology.

This week, CTU Vice Provost Dr. Emma Zone (@DrEmmaZone) will co-host the chat with Niki Bray and discuss faculty best practices with adaptive learning. Join the discussion on Thursday, December 10 at 7 p.m. CST on Twitter: #WCETAdaptive.

Learn more about intellipath™ and adaptive learning technology at CTU.