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Does time spent online have an influence on student performance? Evidence for a large Business Studies class

Posted on 17 Sep 2013 with 0 comments
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This paper examines, using regression modelling, whether a statistically significant relationship exists between the time spent by a student using the course website and the student’s assessment performance for a large third year university business forecasting course. The authors utilise the online tracking system in Blackboard, a web-based software system, to extract and calculate the time spent by each student on a range of specific online assessment activities across the entire semester.


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