Malvern, PA (USA), August 2017 - Zoomi, a leading Artificial Intelligence-based learning- analytics company, has announced the release of its Learning Intelligence Services, created to make learning more efficient and impactful. The suite of analytics services takes personalized learning to the next level by delivering analytical insight to clients from experts in big-data learning analytics, social learning networks, and human development.
Zoomi's Learning Intelligences Services allow organizations to understand whether learning experiences are having the intended impact on operational outcomes and job performance. Learning material can instantly be evaluated to see if it is leading to positive or negative job outcomes. Currently, pre-determined learning paths and experiences often have varying success rates per individual. With Zoomi, L&D leaders can determine whether their learning paths are efficient, and where individuals fall short in understanding the material. Training materials can be adjusted to help individuals better navigate the content. Additionally, content that needs to be reinforced is identified, along with content that can be removed from the learning program.
Zoomi's Suite of Learning Intelligence Services includes
- LEARNING OUTCOME ANALYSIS
Are learning experiences having the intended impact on operational outcomes and on job performance?
- LEARNING PATH EFFICACY
How are learners distributed across paths, and how do those paths affect outcomes?
- CONTENT TOPIC ANALYSIS
What are the key topics and themes in the content?
- CONTENT IMPACT ANALYSIS
Which components of the learning materials are most helpful or harmful to learners?
- CONTENT OPTIMIZATION
What content can be removed and what is missing?
- SOCIAL LEARNING NETWORK OPTIMIZATION
How are learners benefitting from one another?
"How content is being delivered matters," said Caroline Brant, Director of Learning Success. "We don't need to rely on assessments responses as the data for determining efficacy or inefficacy. We can immediately see if learners respond better to text, audio, or video; what devices learners are using to complete their material; and whether they are bouncing ideas off other learners to further their understanding. Zoomi's Learning Intelligence Services answer these questions to make learning personalized and effective."