Neeltje de Ruijter, Consultant Xprtise: “I am very delighted that our work and effort with the hospital performance technology AskDelphi and Adaptive Learning technology Drillster has been awarded. After all the work and the very positive outcome of the pilot for the nurses, this award is the icing on the cake!”

Work effectively at every moment of need

Xprtise was asked by the management board of Alrijne Healthcare Group to develop a learning solution allowing nurses to prove their obligatory mastery of medical arithmetic skills. The result was AskAlrijne; a combination of Performance Support Technology AskDelphi and Adaptive Learning technology Drillster. AskAlrijne integrates these two innovative learning solutions together. The performance support element empowers nurses to work more effectively at their moment of need. It provides exactly the right amount of information at the moment of apply. Adaptive learning helps nurses to continuously keep their math skills up to date. Read more about this solution here.

What the Learning Technologies judges said

The judges are very enthusiastic about the AskAlrijne solution. They said this project mixed performance support and the 5 Moments of Need™ with adaptive and spaced practice. The cycle of teaching, practice and repetition creates a constant circle of learning which is accessible day to day in the workflow. The user interface and mobile access was also well thought through and the solution that can be re-purposed and used in a wide variety of contexts. Early results are very encouraging.

Carlos Estarippa, Caroline Luijbregts and Patricia Burgmeijer working together at Alrijne Academy are very proud to win this international Learning Award: “It’s a great honor and recognition to win this award and hear the judges say: ‘a really innovative entry and a deserving award winner’. This encourages to continue our work and develop AskAlrijne even more.”

About the LTAwards

The Learning Technologies Awards is the leading awards scheme in the L&D industry, and the judging process it uses is led and coordinated by the eLearning Network, based on a team of judges drawn from leading professionals in learning and development.