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July 8, 2011

PRESS RELEASE: Synaptic Global Learning (SGL) Launches Next Generation of Adaptive Learning Management System (ALMS)

From yesterday’s inbox.

Press Release

For more information:

Phone: (617)399-1774


USDLA 21st Century Sponsor, Synaptic Global Learning (SGL)  

Launches Next Generation of Adaptive Learning  

Management System (ALMS)

Synaptic Global Learning

The next generation of the Adaptive Learning Management System (ALMS) that supports classroom and online instruction with incredible success by increasing student online course completion rates is being adopted by national and international K-12 and university practitioners.  ALMS – 4DL HITE Technology moves away from the one-size-fits-all online LMS platforms and provides instructional content that responds to users’ learning preferences in real time.  Educational programs that have used ALMS – 4DL HITE demonstrate the highest rate of course completion in online education (90-95%).

Synaptic Global Learning (SGL), a United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) 21st Century Sponsor, has patented this learning platform. ALMS – 4DL HITE Technology dramatically increases student course completion and satisfaction rates.  Student achievement is ensured because the course curriculum is presented in five different learning style formats. The patented system identifies the learners’ preferred learning style and delivers the curriculum content using varying learning strategies with continuous intelligent feedback, detailed statistical reports on individual learning performance and real-time intervention. All of which support the needs of 21st century learners.

The ALMS – 4DL HITE Technology supports:

1.    Strong pedagogical framework for faculty to design courses;

2.    Connectivity to taxonomy-based repository of content for faculty to choose

       content related to  lessons;

3.    Content presentation with multiple learning strategies for accommodating

       students learning trajectory;

4.    System embedded learning outcome assessments;

5.    Immediate feedback and revision of content presented in different learning

       strategies to build student competency in real time;

6.    Collection of detailed data on student learning progress to provide real time

       intervention for successful completion of courses;

7.    Detailed statistical reports on class and individual learning performance and outcomes and;

8.    Management of individual learning strategy portfolio for automated instructional support.

ALMS Adaptive Learning Management System

SGL’s ALMS – 4DL HITE Technology:  AFFORDABLE: Reasonable Costs and Minimal per Student Course Fees

SGL’s ALMS – 4DL HITE Technology is available to faculty and students anywhere, anytime as a hosted web-service. Any institution can create, deploy and host its courses, effective immediately, with affordable costs. Once a course is developed by an institution’s faculty, students are enrolled and charged a small technology fee (per student, per course). Institutions pay as they earn fees from learners. There are no long term server contracts, no need for IT staff, or any infrastructure costs, or experts required for content development.

SGL’s professional staff of instructional designers, content developers, and domain experts is available to develop and launch degree and certificate programs as a professional service.  SGL staff will guide faculty and students and ensure in-class courses and online programs are fully supported 24×7 by SGL’s veteran team.

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