Emergency management, law enforcement, and military personnel rely on their training to make split-second decisions to save lives. Our powerful analytics tools give leadership real-time dashboards and reports to track individual and team progress. That means you can:
Cerego’s Courses tool provides a robust set of course administration features that support individual and group learning. Cerego protects Government sensitive data by hosting courses containing Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) in a DFARS252.204-7012 compliant cloud. And, Cerego protects existing training investments by importing SCORM-compliant courses and by integrating with other Learning Management Systems (LMS) via the Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard.
Our adaptive learning algorithms utilize proven cognitive science principles and AI-driven machine learning to automatically maintain a personalized study schedule to eliminate the cognitive burden of knowing what and when to study. With personalized study sessions on Cerego’s mobile apps, learners can study anywhere/anytime to build and maintain lasting knowledge with significantly less total study time than using traditional methods.
Instructional system designers can rapidly create unforgettable content with Cerego’sSmart Create tool. Our instructional and quiz templates and natural language processingAI-assist functions enable quick and easy creation of rich and engaging course content. And, we provide a wide variety of learning items to build, retain and apply knowledge.
Cerego’s analytics tools give leadership real-time, actionable dashboards and reports to track individual and team progress. OurKnowledge Bank gives instructors and learners real-time, visual feedback on progress, content difficulty, study time, etc. And, our Insights Leaderboard enable leadership to gain an in-depth understanding of learners’ cognitive and behavioral attributes, including agility, diligence, and knowledge metrics.
the Army and Air Force are embracing a new software system that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to increase subject retention and decrease class time.
A small group of focused experts is trying to find ways to tailor, accelerate and adapt soldier learning for decades to come — and one slice of that work is an effort to end the dreaded DBPP syndrome, otherwise known as “Death By PowerPoint.”
Air Force basic military trainers are experimenting with a new, high-tech way to teach students: tablets filled with everything they need to learn, and that tell trainees when to study a particular topic.