Thousands of companies, colleges, and universities use Cerego to increase engagement and exceed performance goals.
—Cristián Opazo, Ph.D., M.Sc.
Director of Educational Technology, NYU College of Dentistry
We empower you with the tools to improve how people learn, not just the what. By doing this, learners and employees retain information longer and better. Students do better on exams. Employees upskill and learn more on the job. Companies increase employee engagement and retention, saving time and money.
Unlike a one-time assessment, our predictive algorithms measure and improve mulitple aspects of the learner: agility, knowledge, and diligence. Instructors and students can then identify key areas to improve so they can reach their fullest learning potential.
Cerego's Smart Create™ tools save you time. Easily add rich content to a subject page, create automatic learning sets with suggested answers, or embed photos and videos. Instructors save time and money by up to 50%.
Easily convert key learning concepts into fun and engaging experiences. Using cognitive science principles, adaptive learning is customized to an individual's learning journey.
Enhance student and employee performance! Timeline reviews and easy-to-read data insights help instructors and learners identify where they are and areas they need to improve.
Adaptive learning means delivering a learning experience that's optimized for the individual. And while it might seem obvious that tailoring the educational experience to meet your specific needs is a good idea, it has been difficult to apply in the context of online training. Until now.
Technology is advancing at a rate never seen before, extending into virtually every industry. That means employees need to be more skilled, and to learn more quickly to keep up with the pace of automation. But while the technology around them is evolving rapidly, the training methods have remained the same.
When you blend cognitive science and artificial intelligence, remote learning can increase engagement, and improve performance versus traditional learning practices.