Student success on face-to-face instruction and MOOCs : what can learning analytics uncover?
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There are fundamental differences between the face-to-faceinstruction model and that of Massive Open Online Courses.This paper hypothesises that despite these fundamental dif-ferences, the success factors in these learning contexts arecomparable. The factors contributing to student successmight be related to the same basic principles, even if mani-festing themselves differently in each context - especially asthe very definition of success is closely dependent on whatcan be measured. Learning analytics can help to uncover theindicators which have the potential for identifying studentsat-risk and for institutions to exercise a timely intervention.
Wilde , A , Zaluska , E & Millard , D 2015 , ' Student success on face-to-face instruction and MOOCs : what can learning analytics uncover? ' , Paper presented at Web Science Education Workshops , Oxford , United Kingdom , 29/06/15 .workshop
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