Partial Coverage with Traditional eLearning Course

Many traditional eLearning courses end with a final quiz, with questions drawn from a question pool. Each learner only receives a random sampling of questions. For example, you may create a pool of 50 questions, and every learner will receive a random 25. 

The downside of this approach is two-fold. First, you are only measuring immediate recall. Second, you are only measuring recall on a tiny fraction of the total content. 

Further, if learners only need to be accurate on 20 of 25 potential questions to “pass,” they only need to understand a fraction of your total concepts to complete their training. 

Diagram showing 50 boxes representing Activities. 25 of the Activities have been exercised by the learner (yellow).

Universal Coverage with OttoLearn

In OttoLearn, there are no quizzes. Instead, learners are presented with a personalized selection of Activities. As learners complete these Activities, Otto determines their level of mastery on the corresponding Concepts.

When a knowledge gap is detected, OttoLearn has the learner practice that Concept’s Activities more. For this reason, we recommend creating 3-6 Activities per Concept. Areas that you perceive will have a larger knowledge gap should have more Activities (to provide more practice).

Since Activities are dripped out to learners over time, every learner will eventually exercise every Activity; this provides universal coverage of the material.

Diagram showing 50 boxes representing Activities. All 50 of the Activities have been exercised by the learner (yellow).

Learn more about why OttoLearn is the right choice for your mastery and retention platform by reading the Top 10 Reasons to Choose OttoLearn whitepaper.