Designing Online Learning Environments to Improve Students' Performance in Graduate Statistics Courses

ID: 51960 Type: Full Paper - Book (submit final version now)
  1. Zihang Shao and Serdar Abaci, Indiana University Bloomington, United States

Tuesday, March 27 3:30 PM-4:00 PM Location: Whitney View on map

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Abstract: Along with rapid development of online learning movement, more attention should be paid to strategic planning for quality online learning programs and courses. The authors proposed a process of designing performance-based online learning environments and provided tools/techniques that can be used to facilitate the process. The authors shared their experiences of applying the introduced process and tools to design effective interventions for improving students’ performance in an online course. Lessons learned from the project and recommendations are provided for future course improvement.

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