Higher-education-institutions are uniquely positioned to support students at all stages of learning-creating space for skill development that
gives students the tools to thrive in their workplace whether they are entering the world of work for the first time, or engaging with their jobs in a new way.
We believe these issues must be addressed in the future of learning and education, to build a stronger workforce for the future:
The NimblyWise Difference
It’s called real-time learning, and we believe that fostering this mindset in higher education settings will set students up for long-term success in their careers.
Our solutions support institutions at multiple levels, whether they are focused on building student skills, measuring them, or helping students to signal their career readiness and skills within the world of work.
The NimblyWise Approach
Real-time Learners have Greater Capacity to:
Who We Work With
Our programs and assessments have been implemented in:
We can help your university or college close the gap between higher education and the world of work—helping you to develop skilled graduates that will be highly competitive in the workforce of today and tomorrow.
NimblyWise offers solutions to address this need
Learn about our courseware
Developed by educators, instructional designers, and subject matter experts, NimblyWise offers high quality e-learning instructional content to teach and measure key foundational skills all in one easy-to-use platform. We’ll also provide faculty with the resources they need to align foundational skill development with specific classroom instruction, and give them the freedom to focus on their discipline rather than skills remediation.
Information literacy is an essential, transferable skill that students need to successfully navigate personal decisions, their academic careers, and workplace challenges. The amount of information available online and in print is increasingly overwhelming. With information literacy skills, students will be able to navigate the complex information landscape to solve problems and make informed decisions. The information literate individual is able to identify their information need; access, search for, and evaluate the relevant information; and share their findings responsibly.
Why Information Literacy Matters
- Types of Sources
- Understanding Scholarly Material
- Search Techniques and Tools Information Management
- Preservation and Ethical Management of Data
- Why Citations Matter
- APA, MLA, Turabian Citations
- Other Citation Styles
- Academic Integrity
- Legal Issues
Through skills tagging and robust data analytics, NimblyWise gives you a holistic view of each student, no matter where they are in their academic journey. This enables your institution to have continuous instructional improvement.
Through reflection activities, students are able to be more intentional in their skill development.
They are better able to see the connections between the skills they are developing as a student in all learning experiences and how those skills impact their career readiness.
NimblyWise supports the development of a culture of skills development and assessment through hands-on training with faculty. Our professional development program combines training for faculty on assignment design with essential skills in mind, signposting skill development in their courses, and curriculum mapping of skills across multiple courses.
Facilitated by a NimblyWise team member, these sessions include next steps to capture data within our platform supporting rapid feedback and closing the loop on continuous instructional improvement.