A few weeks ago, I was invited to give a short presentation on my use of the adaptive learning platform Cerego. For two years now, I've been using this platform in my course on Text Analysis. This is a fairly theoretical course, in which students are confronted with a barrage of concepts and models in a short period of time. This platform turned out to be a useful scaffold, as it helps students memorise these concepts and theories, utilising a variety of forms (flashcards, fill-in-the-blank questions, short applications). In the first version, I mainly focused on the most important concepts and terms. When the advent of online and hybrid teaching hit us last year, I decided to go one step further and - rather than provide a recording of my lectures, as in many other courses - to use this system to creative an interactive handbook. The presentation can be viewed below.