Early Alert System (EAS) in Online Education: Student Demographic Profile

Overview and Purpose of Study

•Examine the demographic characteristics of students who receive Early Alerts (EAs) in courses
•Compare demographics of students who receive EAs to students who do not receive EAs
•Existing research on course intervention strategies, such as EA identifies a need to better understand demographics of students who struggle in course work
•Build statistical models to evaluate the impact of demographic characteristics to receive Early Alerts
•Further evaluate the impact of Early Alerts on students’ probability of passing course  
This publication has been peer reviewed.
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Conference Paper
Helen Zaikina-Montgomery, Ph.D. University of Phoenix
Scott Burrus, Ph.D. University of Phoenix
Meryl Epstein, Ph.D. University of Phoenix
Elizabeth Young, Ed.D. University of Phoenix
Roger Gung, Ph.D. University of Phoenix
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KWBA Conference 2017
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