Supporting & Motivating Students: Dynamic Orientation to Online Learning Suzanne Kissel, Academic Practices Consultant (SunGard Higher Education) Eric Fudge, Manager of Academic Technology (State Fair Community College ) March 29, 2010 ENTERING THE GAME Why online orientation?
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Suzanne Kissel, Academic Practices Consultant (SunGard Higher Education)Eric Fudge, Manager of Academic Technology (State Fair Community College)
March 29, 2010
Why online orientation?
In-Class Orientation for Online Learners:
Participation in recommended in-class orientation and incoming GPA are significantly related to student success in online undergraduate business courses.
Online Orientation for Online Learners:
Required Online Orientation: A Predictor of Success in Online Classes? Presented by Linda DeFelice and Karen Durkin at ITC eLearning 2009 Conference. http://www.slideshare.net/ldefelice/required-online-orientation-a-predictor-of-success-1061474
Concerns of the distance learner:
Planning, executing and managing
The next phase
Pegasus Parent – University of Central Florida: http://parents.sdes.ucf.edu/index.php
University of Dayton – Virtual Orientation Parents: http://vo.udayton.edu/
The National Resource Center is a leader in research and programs related to first year students.
Eric FudgeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org