Alta is Knewton’s fully integrated, adaptive learning courseware. Everything you need to succeed in your course, including text-based and video instruction, interactive learning content, assignments and review materials, are all included in alta at one low price. And because alta is built on Knewton’s adaptive learning platform, alta can quickly identify and dynamically boost knowledge gaps while you’re completing assignments to get you to where you want to go.
Alta is priced for college students
Knewton believes that the cost of course materials should not be a barrier to your learning or success in college. That’s why we leverage openly available content to keep the price of Alta within reach for most. Knewton Alta is affordable and features all of the course materials you’ll need to successfully complete most courses.Buy alta for your course
Alta is mobile
If you’re like most students, you lead a mobile, busy life and we believe our technology should work the way you need it to — whenever, from wherever, and on whatever mobile device you choose. Alta delivers a user experience that matches the technology you likely use every day, with modern approaches to everything from how you login, check your progress or access 24/7 chat from within alta.
Students who complete assignments in alta are more likely to finish their course, get a passing grade (or better) and score better on quizzes and final exams. Why is that? Because Knewton’s adaptive learning technology that powers alta has been used by 15 million learners around the world and has gotten very good at identifying knowledge gaps, and remediating those knowledge gaps dynamically, while you’re completing coursework. While it may take you longer than a friend to complete an assignment on one day, that’s because alta is delivering an adaptive assignment experience that is personalized to you. Alta serves up precisely what you need at any moment to help you make progress towards assignment completion, and most importantly — learning that lasts.See Results
What students are saying about alta
- Ian, El Camino College
- JoLynn, Diablo Valley College
- Kimberly, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
- Samantha, Diablo Valley College