What’s wrong with our 25-question quiz?
Keeping things simple, let’s say that, for your 1-hour training course, you create a 100-question pool.
Each learner answers 25 questions, so is only asked about one-fourth of the material.
You’ve set the passing grade to be 80% or 20 of 25 questions.
With Otto, learners complete the conventional compliance course one time, perhaps during onboarding.
After that, they develop a regular cadence of learning — an ongoing retention campaign. They might engage with a daily 2-minute Mastery Moment or complete a couple of sessions per week. Whatever the cadence you select, the principles of OttoLearn are the same:
Every week, learners receive a series of Activities designed to:
Learners are exposed to Activities and Knowledge Cards that review and test every aspect — 100% — of your compliance training.
Topics are mixed and matched and spaced out so that learners are pushed to the edge of their knowledge and constantly challenged. The Activities and Knowledge Cards might contain nearly any form of web-based content — short eLearning modules, videos, images and links, keeping learners engaged and boosting retention through spaced repetition and practice.
The topics, depth of knowledge and amount of exposure can be personalized according to each learner’s job role, needs, learning goals, previous knowledge and experience — and performance within OttoLearn.
The mix of Activities is constantly tweaked by algorithms that track what learners know, what they miss and how confident they are in their answers.
OttoLearn eliminates key pain points for training administrators:
Your auditors will be happy that you’ve moved to OttoLearn because:
Happy employees, admins and auditors mean happy executives because: