At Cerego, we understand that knowledge is vital for learning, expertise, and creativity. Our mission is to help learners become knowledgable, and for that knowledge to last, and remain useful over the long term. Without engagement, all knowledge [...]
Debunking Learning Myths with Data: Test Your Knowledge Every day thousands of learners use the Cerego platform at school and at work to help them learn faster, and retain information longer. Today, our dataset includes 1 billion interactions drawn [...]
At Cerego, we believe our adaptive learning platform to be the best in class in helping people build lasting knowledge, and in helping organizations measure that knowledge. A test score shows a snapshot of understanding on a particular day, but a [...]
A little difficulty is good for learning! When we challenge ourselves while learning, we are more likely to recall that information in the future. This concept is known as desirable difficulty, and it is core to the design of Cerego. Cerego keeps [...]
How much did you think about the clothes you wore this morning? Famously, Barack Obama and Mark Zuckerberg supposedly wear the same color shirt most days, to cut down on decision fatigue. The idea—known as ego-depletion—is that that your willpower [...]
All U.S. licensing jurisdictions require evidence that a candidate for licensure has passed Parts I and II of the National Board Dental Examinations. The tests, which evaluate students’ preparedness for the study and practice of dentistry, are [...]
Phones get a lot of bad press right now, in part because people are using mobile phones more than ever before. However, when used in the right way, our phones can be invaluable learning tools. In fact, Cerego users actually learn and retain more on [...]
[Article originally published to the San Francisco Business Times November 7, 2019] Paul Mumma wants to change how you learn. He thinks learning any subject or skill can be faster and more efficient, and help you retain the material for even longer. [...]
Meet Consensus Consensus started with a simple mission: to simplify the decidedly un-simple transactional process of selling connected devices, from point-of-sale through activation and beyond. Consensus, which became a subsidiary of Target [...]
What is Bryan University + DeXL Bryan University is a private for-profit research university based in Tempe, Arizona, which offers online programs and degrees in the fields of healthcare, exercise science, and legal. Dynamic experiential learning, [...]
No. In fact, here's why knowledge might be more important than ever. At Cerego, we work every day to help people build knowledge and quantify what they know. That’s because creativity, deep understanding, and expertise rely on foundational [...]
As the education, corporate, and government spheres continue to embrace artificial intelligence, we are faced with an important question: How does this new landscape affect learning, and what does it mean for our knowledge at the individual and [...]
Cerego CEO, Paul Mumma, was recently interviewed by Digital Trends—a leading news and media platform covering technology and innovation. The theme of the discussion was Cerego’s use of a combination of machine learning and cognitive science to [...]
What is ASU/GFA? Arizona State University’s (ASU) Global Freshman Academy (GFA) is a one-of-a-kind program aiming to make higher education more accessible and less intimidating for new students, ranging from “true” freshman transitioning from high [...]
International Media Organization Taps Cerego to Help Deliver Personalized Learning Programs for 4 Million UK Students
How artificial intelligence can be used to increase human intelligence and fundamentally change the way we learn
One of our core focuses at Cerego is supporting higher education by providing a toolkit for both teachers and students to enhance the learning experience. Our software is used by more than a thousand universities across the US, helping students [...]
Our guiding mission at Cerego is to help learners of all backgrounds build lasting knowledge that helps them in their own lives. We were therefore especially interested in seeing researchers from New York University, the City University of New York, [...]
College of Western Idaho instructors Teresa Rich and Holly Paquette decided to replace the sage-on-stage lecture format with active learning in their Microbiology courses.
Hayley Waller is a student at Queensland University of Technology using Cerego to learn Chemistry.
Dr Nathan Boase is a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology, where he teaches Chemistry courses using Cerego. Learn how he used Cerego to create custom courseware that makes lessons stick.
From time to time we get inquiries regarding guest blogging at Cerego. If you have exceptional writing and/or design skills and would like to share your expertise with people in higher ed, corporate training, or government training programs, we'd [...]
Today we launched a major redesign of Cerego's Create product. With an improved aesthetic and more intuitive user interface, this update makes building compelling content faster, simpler, and more straightforward. New Create introduces several [...]
Lori is a college instructor at Penn State Abington. In addition to teaching, she works as a Community Liaison for Montgomery County Community College and is the Abington Township Commissioner. She brings a unique perspective into her Introduction [...]
Ying Lin is a Professor at Santa Rosa Junior College, where he teaches Statistics courses using Cerego. Learn how he customized Cerego Courseware to make statistics lessons stick.
Arindam Basu is an Assistant Professor at Penn State Brandywine, where he teaches Biology courses using Cerego.
Now is the time to let SXSWedu know you want more Cerego! Weigh in on the programming for SXSW EDU 2018 by casting your votes in PanelPicker during Community Voting from August 7 until 11:59pm PT Sunday, August 27.
For Paul Zuber-Fantulin, a student at Santa Rosa Junior College, learning technology has been crucial to his success. After dropping out of college initially, Paul discovered the “Learning How to Learn” class on Coursera, which in turn lead him to [...]
What can advances in brain science coupled with artificial intelligence bring to medical training? That’s what Cerego Co-Founder and CEO, Andrew Smith Lewis, will be exploring at the Army Medical Symposium and Exposition on July 24-25 at the Grand [...]
Patti Valella is a Professor at Long Beach City College, where she teaches Biology and Anatomy and Physiology courses. She specializes in helping students develop the reading skills, study skills, test taking skills and thinking skills that will [...]
Last week we made a big announcement: the Cerego personalized learning platform is now available for integration in Canvas, an open online learning management system (LMS) created by Instructure that makes teaching and learning easier. If you’re [...]
Today, you’ll notice updates to your learning experience on Cerego. Our latest update contains some changes to the learning engine that recommends what to learn and when. These smart recommendations take the guesswork out of learning while exposing [...]
Since the beginning, Cerego has provided millions of learners with an efficient, effective way to learn anything. Our commitment to improving how the world acquires knowledge and demonstrates knowledge and ability is core to our mission. We continue [...]
Have you created content on Cerego that you’re eager to share with friends, classmates, or colleagues? It’s easy to share content you created on Cerego. Here’s how in just a few steps:
The ASU + GSV Summit is an annual conference for the learning and talent innovation community. Each year, the sold-out event attracts entrepreneurs, masterminds, and leaders who are shaping the landscape of learning, technology and business. Cerego [...]
After Houston-based asset management firm Salient Partners, L.P. (“Salient”) acquired San Francisco-based Forward Management, LLC (“Forward”) in June 2015, the work was far from over. With the acquisition, Salient almost doubled its headcount and [...]
Is Google making knowledge obsolete? Our CEO Andrew Smith Lewis recently spoke at SXSWedu about how having information in the palm of our hand is changing what, how, and why we learn. This is an important topic for those of us who work at Cerego - [...]
Question: Is it possible to create Question-and-Answer items in Cerego? A. Yes! B. Nope, sorry! C. We’ll get back to you on that! Answer: The correct answer is A, Yes! This week Cerego is launching a new item template to support your quiz banks, [...]
If you've been following Cerego you know that our Co-Founder and CEO, Andrew Smith Lewis, was invited to present as a featured speaker at SXSWedu. Miss his Tuesday talk? You can still catch the replay of Learning, Memory & Knowledge Post-Google [...]
With just a few days before SXSWedu you're probably starting to plan your week. Cerego is heading back to SXSWedu with an even busier schedule this year - and we'd love to meet you if you're in Austin for the big event. Here's where you can find us [...]
In learning, timing matters. Through decades of research into the cognitive science of learning and how memories fade over time, we now understand that spacing out learning into shorter sessions with breaks is more effective than cramming and that [...]
At Cerego we don’t think adaptive is good enough, which is why we’ve built a personalized learning engine. It’s not about aggregate data and cohorts; it’s about the person and helping them build flexible, durable knowledge. This philosophy guided us [...]
Predictive analytics is really making its mark in education. Our ability to generate and collect big, rich, long-term learning data from the real world has kickstarted another revolution in learning science. At Cerego we're personalizing learning by [...]
What do you think the future of education looks like? What changes are you making to drive towards a better learning experience for students right now? Answer that question by sharing what you or your team are doing to innovate students' learning [...]
As an educator, you know it’s important that students not only remember and recognize important concepts but that they develop the skills necessary to apply those concepts in the real world.
Cerego sets the standard for personalized learning by helping learners crystallize foundational knowledge through personalized, scheduled reviews. Now, starting today, instructors can use Cerego to bolster learning with Instructional Items—a new [...]
It’s that time of year: the SXSW 2017 PanelPicker is officially open! Now through September 2, you can vote for your favorite panels via the SXSW PanelPicker.
When you log in today you’ll notice some changes. This update makes it easier to differentiate between professional and personal tools available on Cerego. Our new drop-down navigation allows you to quickly move between Cerego tools such as Admin, [...]
If you have an Android phone and aren’t using our app yet, you’re really missing out. Mobile makes it easier to stay on track with your personalized learning schedule. Also, shorter study sessions work in your favor for long-term knowledge retention [...]
It's here! It is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of Bookshelf GPS, a customizable learning environment built directly into VitalSource Bookshelf and powered by Cerego. Integrated into VitalSource Bookshelf, an eTextbook platform used [...]
Calling all pilots!
Cerego is the standard for personalized learning - and the easiest, most effective way to acquire and demonstrate knowledge. Today, we’re excited to announce our latest update that makes it even easier to track progress as a learner or instructor.
Last week Andrew Smith Lewis, Cerego Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, had the honor of speaking at SXSWedu — one of our favorite education events every year. If you weren’t able to attend you can listen to the audio of the presentation and view [...]
It’s that time of year again - SXSWedu is upon us, and our team will be on the ground in Austin from March 7th to March 10th with a booth at the all-new Industry Hub and several speaking spots throughout the week.
Chances are good you’re reading this post on a mobile device of some kind. After all, however you slice the data, it’s clear that “mobile” is more and more the norm when it comes to the internet. (We particularly like Benedict Evans’ analysis here) [...]
UPDATE: Get your votes in! PanelPicker voting closes this Friday, September 4, 2015. Thank you, again, for your support!
UPDATE: Get your votes in! PanelPicker voting closes this Friday, September 4, 2015. Thank you, again, for your support!
Introducing Cerego Plus, a new way for instructors to use Cerego. Over the past few months, we’ve gotten lots of great feedback and some specific requests from the community of instructors already using Cerego in the classroom, and we’re delighted [...]
This week, the Cerego team is embarking on a global adventure to London, UK for the 3rd annual EdTech Europe Summit. The one-day event is bringing together some of our favorite movers and shakers, and we’re thrilled to be recognized as part of this [...]
Our Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Andrew Smith Lewis is headed to Code Conference, the premier technology conference hosted by Re/Code, which starts next week on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Andrew will be there to meet old friends and partners and [...]
Happy New Year! We are thrilled to announce that Cerego’s new Memory Bank is now live, just in time to ring in 2015!
Clayton Austin is the Psychology Product Manager for Cengage Learning, a leading educational content, technology, and services company for the higher education and K-12, professional and library markets worldwide.
Introducing StatsPL: A Revolutionary New Course We’re Developing With The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Today at Educause, Cerego was selected as one of seven finalists to receive a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop next-gen digital courseware that personalizes instruction based on the science of learning and memory. As a [...]
It’s that time of year again — SXSW PanelPicker is open for community voting! Following last year’s appearance, our very own Andrew Smith Lewis, Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Cerego, is in the running for a SXSWedu session on the “Data-Driven [...]
This past spring, Cerego had the unique opportunity to supplement a MOOC with our adaptive learning technology through a Jazz Appreciation course at the University of Texas at Austin. The intent of this collaboration was to meaningfully enhance the [...]
Two hundred and thirty-eight years ago, something remarkable happened: the Declaration of Independence was published, and America was born. Today, we’re excited to announce something (almost as) revolutionary: the biggest upgrade to Cerego in [...]
Cerego is teaming up with the world famous oceanographic explorer, Fabien Cousteau, on his upcoming adventure, Mission 31, to introduce free oceanography courses on Cerego.com to support teachers, parents and students this summer in learning about [...]
At Cerego, our mission is simple: help our users learn faster, remember longer, and manage their memory online. Making that mission happen is a bit more complicated, and at the center of it all is our Learning Engine - the data collection and item [...]
For the first time ever, the Cerego team will be hitting the streets of Austin for this year’s 2014 SXSW conference. We’ll be in town from March 3rd - March 10th, and are incredibly excited for the opportunity to meet with and learn from the most [...]
If you’re near our office today, you’ll hear lots of bebop and swing. We’re celebrating one of our hippest partnerships yet - Cerego and edX (and tons of great music)!
Today marks the launch of Elsevier Adaptive Learning, a brand new, premium product exclusively from Elsevier, powered by Cerego.
With all the excitement throwing our doors open to the world this month, we’ve barely had time to step back and provide an overview of the changes we’ve made since we launched our private back in December. That feels like a long, long time ago to [...]
Today we’re opening Cerego to the public! We’ve been in private beta since December of 2012, and have been hard at work collecting feedback and tweaking the system in preparation for our big release. In addition, we’ve released our very first mobile [...]
One theme that is big for us at Cerego is intelligent recommendations. We are building a system that does the heavy lifting of figuring out what you should study next so you don’t have to–you can just focus on your courses.
Over the past week, we’ve made the site easier to use in a number of ways.