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July 14, 2016

OLC Learning Analytics Webinar Tomorrow

I believe a final item from Tuesday’s inbox…

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Online Courses and Student Success Webinar
Dear Michael,

Online learning is no longer an anomaly in U.S. higher education, but many still question its efficacy, especially for students most at-risk for failure.

This webinar will showcase the exciting results of recent research that suggests that taking online courses is not necessarily harmful to students’ chances of being retained at an institution. Designed to further explore the recent article, “Retention, Progression and the Taking of Online Courses” featured in the Learning Analytics Special Edition of the  Online Learning Journal, the expert panelists will explain how a large scale analysis on the effectiveness of learning modalities compiled within the Predictive Analytics Reporting (PAR) Framework revealed that online courses can provide both flexibility and access while improving student completion.
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Online Learning and Student Success Webinar 
July 13, 2016 | 1:00pm EST
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Best regards,

Jill

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Jill Buban, PhD
Sr Director of Research & Innovation, Online Learning Consortium

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