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Online Learning: Nontraditional Student Expectations and Persistence in Online Academic Programs

The presentation herein describes a study proposal to research the relationship between students’ expectations and their persistence.  This relationship was tested in quantitative correlational study, which surveyed nontraditional students (low-income, disadvantaged, first-generation, and returning) in online programs who have persisted in at least three online courses.  

 

Peer Reviewer for Journal of Healthcare Management

IHM771
MODELLING THE FACTORS AFFECTING NIGERIAN MEDICAL TOURISM SECTOR USING INTERPRETIVE STRUCTURAL MODELLING APPROACH
International Journal of Healthcare Management 

Development of structural model through brainstorming among experts to identify factors affecting Nigeria medical tourism sector using 15 variables identified from literature review. 

Method and Design – ISM Interpretive modeling technique and MICMAC Analysis

Engaging Higher Education Faculty Through Collaborative Scholarship Activities

Supporting faculty engagement and professional development is a top concern for colleges and universities especially in today’s academic environment.  Many adjunct faculty members teach for multiple institutions; as a result it is often challenging to gain loyalty and engagement from the faculty.  Creating a flexible scholarship support plan can effectively engage and energize individual faculty members while also serving to support their professional development.

 

Excellence in Publishing Awards

Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research
Funding Description: 
International Journal of Conceptual Structures and Smart Applications Volume 6 • Issue 1 • January-June 2018  Copyright © 2018, IGI Global.

OSS General Research Grant

Center for Health and Nursing Research
Funding Description: 
“Moral Injury in Women Veterans: A Grounded Theory Study”

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