Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have paved a new wave in the education world. Rich multimedia content coupled with mobile delivery mechanisms makes the content always available and engaging. This paper proposes VibRein to enrich the student interaction with multimedia learning content by making use of different sensors that are available on a mobile device to create an intelligent video consumption experience. VibRein as a companion is even more effective for students with intellectual disabilities who require some form of continuous supervision. It provides an assistive mechanism that keeps track of the user attention using the device camera (this can be particularly useful for students with attention disorder), and uses haptic feedback to recapture attention. In course of the video consumption, VibRein evaluates the learning by asking questions about the content in the video, and automatically force-rewinds to the location where the concept was explained if the user answers incorrectly. It uses tilt in four directions for response to questions, since touch, as a modality on mobile devices requires fine motor skills. An evaluation with 18 users with intellectual disabilities of various kind (autism, intellectual disability and attention deficit hyperactive disorder) suggests that VibRein can provide better learning with less intervention.