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How OttoLearn® Works

Otto helps you create a great learner experience (LX), helping you deliver a great customer experience (CX).
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Mastery Moment™

Each learner is assigned to a profile that indicates what they need to know and how deeply they need to know it. Each short session or “Mastery Moment” delivers targeted content and activities that help them progress toward their goals.
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Daily Learning

It's easy to make time for training when it only takes 2 minutes! Learners are prompted to engage in a Mastery Moment at the start of their day or shift. They can also participate in unlimited practice sessions whenever they have time — on their commute, on their breaks, or even at home.
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Personalized Practice

OttoLearn uses each learner’s mastery goals and past performance to determine which areas they need to improve. It also selects the Activities that will be most valuable for that learner.
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Two-Minute Sessions

Each Mastery Moment is between 1 and 2 minutes in length. The timing is adaptive - Otto increases the number of Activities delivered in each session as a learner’s response time and proficiency improve.
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Activity Formats

Otto supports several Activity formats, such as Yes/No, Fill-in-the-Blank, True/False, and Multiple Choice — all of which are designed to work beautifully on mobile devices!

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Knowing or Guessing

As a learner completes activities, OttoLearn actively monitors a number of signals — such as duration, proficiency and confidence — to differentiate guessing from knowing.
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Mastery Levels

When learners respond to questions in OttoLearn Activities, they also enter their confidence level. Otto then delivers feedback for both correct and incorrect answers. Feedback can be text, media — or both; you can provide structured feedback in every Activity to reinforce learning.

At the end of each Mastery Moment, the learner gets a summary that shows how their mastery level has changed.
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Mastery Goals

Training managers set mastery goals for groups of learners. Each Mastery Moment ends with a summary that shows each learner their progress toward those goals. Being able to see how they’re improving can increase their motivation, boost engagement and improve learning retention.
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Take the Next Step
Now that you know what Otto can do, it's time to see it in action.
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