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  1. 1. April 20th, 2010 Intelligent Learning Platform “The depth & breadth of information on learner interactions that Inetoo provides and the evidence of learning progress coupled with information on content distribution, augmentation, and reproduction activities are certainly new kinds of intelligence that will add significant value to educators and content providers.” Dr. Paul Kim, Assistant Dean & CTO Stanford University School of Education L Point Solutions, Inc. Tel: (415) 912-5901 x 112 CEO Fax: (415) 912-5905 Cell: (617) 378-8604 © 2010 L-Point Solutions, Inc. - Proprietary & Strictly Confidential 1
  2. 2. Landscape - Players Social Learning: underlying magic is the creation of user-networks around subjects Social Learning Networking Content Business Intelligence “Social Learning is based on the premise that our understanding of content is socially constructed through conversations about that content and through grounded interactions, especially with others, around problems or actions” John Seely Brown © 2009 L Point Solutions, Inc. - Proprietary & Strictly Confidential 2
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  5. 5. inetoo Learning Intelligence Empowering institution and content providers to answer previously unaddressable questions such as: • Which content is most effective in helping learners master the course objectives? • What types of content or combinations are most effective in a particular subject area? • How are collaborative tools best used to support learning and success? • Are there key indicators for student disengagement and dropout? • What types of instructor interventions are most effective? For which learner types? Example: Learning Preferences of Students For the first time, learning Reading Writing Sharing Aural behavior can be tracked Peter to enables universities 23x 13 min. and content providers to John enhance the learning 103x 89 min. efficiency Julia 88x 88xmin. 55 © 2010 L Point Solutions, Inc. - Proprietary & Strictly Confidential 5
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