The Knewton platform can work with a wide range of third-party digital learning solutions across a variety of subject areas. Every Knewton-enhanced product provides a continuously adaptive learning experience to students, as well as reporting capabilities for teachers.
Young Digital Planet is an education technology company based in Poland that helps publishers, institutions, and ministries of education create and deliver interactive educational content around the world. With Knewton, Young Digital Planet companies of all sizes can more quickly create and deliver personalized learning experiences.
Santillana, the leading K-12 education company in Spain and Latin America, will use Knewton technology to develop personalized learning materials for Spanish and Portuguese speakers. Santillana currently provides materials for students in 22 countries.
Wizard is Brazil’s leading English language learning business, which Pearson acquired in December 2013. Wizard is using Knewton technology to personalize WIZARD Plus, a digital English language training course for all ages. WIZARD Plus will be used in WIZARD learning centers across the country to offer students of all ages more personalized learning materials as they master a new language.
Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization, has partnered with Knewton to personalize content from The Electric Company — providing engaging lessons that continuously adjust to the needs of young learners to build skills critical to early development.
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, will use Knewton technology to power personalized digital solutions for nursing, health professions, and medical students.
Gyldendal, a leading publisher in Norway, will use Knewton technology to power digital math products. Gyldendal's Smart Øving Powered by Knewton will provide personalized learning experiences for primary and secondary students.
Sanoma Learning, a leading European learning company, will partner with Knewton to personalize learning for students in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Poland, and Sweden.
Dutch publisher Malmberg, a subsidiary of Sanoma Learning, will use the Knewton API to create adaptive learning experiences for students and teachers in the Netherlands. The first courses will be available in 2015 following rigorous field-testing.
Sebit, a Turkey-based content and e-learning solutions developer, will leverage Knewton to provide personalized learning experiences for students using applications across the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Adaptive Curriculum will integrate Knewton technology into its innovative web-based math and science lessons for grades 5-12. Adaptive Curriculum's rich interactive library has been honored with numerous recognitions, including five CODiE awards from SIIA.
Multinational software giant Microsoft will introduce its partner and publisher ecosystem to Knewton, allowing them leverage the Knewton API to create adaptive learning experiences. Microsoft can also introduce Knewton technology to Ministries of Education, with the goal of streamlining nationwide deployments of adaptive learning materials.
Cengage Learning — a leading educational content, software, and services company — will integrate Knewton adaptive learning features into select higher education products across Management and Sociology disciplines.
Gutenberg Technology provides the end-to-end digital publishing platform MyEbookFactory to develop and distribute interactive course materials across Apple, Android, and Windows tablets and smartphones.
Lelivrescolaire provides paper textbooks and next-generation digital applications in French and English grammar, Mathematics, and History - Geography for the French school market. Lelivrescolaire is an academic imprint owned and operated by Gutenberg Technology.
Cambridge University Press is among the world's foremost English Language Teaching (ELT) publishers. Using Knewton adaptive learning technology, Cambridge University Press will develop a new generation of digital ELT products.
Macmillan Education is a widely recognized publisher of primary, secondary, higher education, English Language Teaching (ELT), and curriculum materials. Macmillan plans to create next-generation products that are targeted to the ELT market, using Knewton technology to provide personalized recommendations and analytics.
Triumph Learning is a leading producer of K-12 Common Core resources, standards-aligned instructional materials, and effective literacy programs. Using the Knewton API, Triumph Learning plans to build a new generation of digital learning products. These all-new products will provide every student with a continuously personalized learning experience built around the Common Core State Standards.
Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) currently serves 60 million students across 120 countries. Now, HMH is using Knewton technology to personalize core learning experiences for K-12 students in math, reading, and other subjects.
Wiley Global Education currently offers Knewton Math Readiness as a developmental math solution for university students in Australia and New Zealand. Wiley Global Education provides personalized content, tools, and services that deliver demonstrable results to students and faculty across the world.
Hundreds of thousands of students at schools across the country currently use Pearson MyLab with Knewton Adaptive Learning titles in subjects including reading, economics, math, and writing.