Area9 Lyceum adapts your content on a
Whether you are a publisher, educator or corporation, Area9 Lyceum can help enable an interactive learning experience through a range of tools and services – making your content exceptionally agile, relevant and actionable for any learner.
We believe everyone can unleash their full potential and that learning should be tailored moment-by-moment to meet the unique needs of every individual…
The World’s First Four-Dimensional
Adaptive Learning Platform
A personalized experience that applies science and technology to improve learning
An adaptive e-book that bridges the gap between textbooks and personalized learning
A complete end-to-end publishing system that creates digital and print simultaneously
The world’s most advanced and powerful integrated content development environment
The way for educators to manage students through advanced analytics
We have developed an industry-leading biological adaptive engine that personalizes your training at the point of delivery – giving every learner a unique experience tailored to match their needs.
Our platform adapts content and training to match the needs and skill level of each learner—cutting training time in half, boosting knowledge and skill acquisition, and building self-awareness. The result is improved productivity and engagement, and fewer errors.
(first time learning)
less retention effort
Today’s education and training systems are not keeping up with the current demands for skills, let alone tomorrow’s new demands.
Learn why technology-based learning is undoubtedly the future.
As with the previous 3 industrial revolutions, when the 4th industrial revolution arrives it will bring with it rapid technological change. More specifically, the 4th industrial revolution will be the automation revolution, characterized by an increase in robotic and automated technology in all sectors of life. It therefore goes without saying that the implications of these changes will be far reaching and will affect every sphere, including employment.
It is not a matter of if, but when: technological change and increased automation will disrupt more than 25% of jobs in the future in Canada, for example. Businesses not prepared to adapt will be left behind.
Every teacher knows that children all learn differently, and yet our schools are designed to teach them all the same way. In this week’s Reality Check with Jeanne Allen, one of the world’s leading experts in Adaptive Learning explains how it’s changing.