Concepts in Odigia

Research shows that courses which emphasize smaller, manageable pieces of material that meet precisely defined learning goals are the most effective. In Odigia, those smaller chunks are called concepts, and they’re designed to deliver content efficiently and effectively. Combined with our in-line learner tools such as notes, glossary, and search, Odigia’s concepts are the best way to appeal to all learning styles.


Designed around clear goals

It’s crucial for learners to know exactly what they’re supposed to learn before they dive in. Each concept in Odigia begins with a clearly defined set of goals that provide context and learning targets for what’s ahead. Vacations don’t begin before you pick a destination…why should learning be any different?

Based on game theory

Providing learners an incentive to engage more meaningfully with the material, as well as creating a competitive atmosphere where learners can gauge their progress with the whole class is central to the Odigia philosophy of learning. Individual progress and class progress are easily available at all times in the course, so that the learner always knows just where he or she stands.

Provides simple and effective content tools

Taking notes and highlighting content are key ways to create learner ownership over content, and reinforce independent study skills. Odigia’s concept-level tools include note and highlight functions, as well as both internal and external searches, and an in-line glossary. learners may also export all concept content–including their own notes and highlights–to a printable PDF if they prefer.

Engage quickly and easily

learners shouldn’t have to be computer engineers or programmers to navigate digital content. There is no steep learning curve when it comes to learning how to use Odigia, as each interface contains multiple methods to move through content simply and easily.

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