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See how Oxford Insight pairs high-quality Oxford content with powerful, data-driven software to optimize student success.
Oxford Insight delivers high-quality content within a student-centered course delivery platform that optimizes the teaching and learning experience
Includes the highest-quality content from Oxford University Press, optimized for today's teachers and learners
Offers a more personalized and engaging learning experience
Provides clear and practical data to drive actionable insights
Features seamless integrations with learning management systems
The proficiency bars for each chapter are indicative of a student’s performance on the learning objectives in the respective lesson. They start as grey as no assessments have been attempted. As a user completes assessments, the system determines proficiency (or lack of proficiency) and shows it in the mastery bar.
As the instructor, you have the ability to customize any existing quiz or create your own from scratch.
Customization functionality includes:
Adding/removing questions from the bank
Adding questions you create in a wide variety of question types (some auto-graded and some not)
Editing existing questions anyway you choose (edit the question or edit the answer choices)
Adding your own list of pre-created questions
The learning gauge breaks down your course enrollment by score and shows you an average score for all students. This gives you a visual to see how your students are doing, and how many are on track to pass the course.
Anatomy of a Course
Engagement through active learning
Courses are organized into sections that map to clear learning objectives. Each section includes the e-book, relevant media resources, formative activities, and practice self-assessment.
The study center is very student driven. We don’t gate, force path, or lock content to users. This is based on research around student motivation. Force pathing students (and taking the control out of their hands) often hurts proficiency, so we opt to provide information to the user to allow them to take control of the adaptive experience.
The Study Center recommends the sections each student need to review further, based on their unique performance on the assessments within the chapter and their time spent in the reading.