A paper written by Scott Burrus, Ph.D., University Research Chair for the Center for Learning Analytics Research (CLAR) along with co-authors and CLAR fellows Meena Clowes, Ph.D., and Melanie Shaw, Ph.D., was selected to receive a Distance Learning Administration 2017 Best Paper Award.
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Three CPRE affiliates will present papers at the Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Symposium in Phoenix July 20-22.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept of service learning and the use of volunteer organizations as a means for members to learn and hone leadership skills that can be transferred to their full-time corporate positions.
The article is titled "Using Learning Analytics to Determine Predictors of Successful Completion for Online Students."
During Men’s Health Month in June, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services encourages men and boys to take steps toward a healthier lifestyle. It is an opportunity to raise awareness about the impact of preventable illnesses such as heart disease and highlight ways to stay healthy, such as exercise and getting regular medical check-ups.
Learn more about John D’Ascenzo, entrepreneur, musician, and 2016 DM alumnus.
View the latest funding recipients from the Office of Scholarship Support. Awards include: Faculty Honorarium, Excellence in Publishing Award, Scholarship Presentation Award, and the SAS Research Presentation Award.
Paper submissions due by Friday, October 29th, 2017. View the full call for papers of this special issue.
The purpose of this initiative is to increase student employability by integrating into the classroom a virtual connection between students, faculty, and employers.
This month in the IRB Corner, we discuss special issues that come up related to studies involving collaboration with the Department of Defense (DoD), or DoD personnel, assets, or funding.