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With increased enrollment of non-traditional students and concerns about student retention and degree progression, the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education could serve as a tool for improving course design and delivery within the online learning environment. The participants in this concurrent mixed methods study included 40 education and 68 nursing students. The results of the web-based survey data indicated group differences with the Cooperation among Students and Prompt Feedback subscales. Given professional development, the Seven Principles could be implemented into online courses at little to no cost for an institution to improve student satisfaction, which could lead to increased retention, progression, and graduation.
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Brown, Jennifer L.; Frazier, Dawn; Dentzau, Michael; Hawkins, Amanda; Gul, Tugce; Derico, Sherika; and Saltiel, Iris
"A Comparative Examination of Two Online Programs,"
Georgia Educational Researcher: Vol. 18:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gerjournal/vol18/iss2/5