Non-Cognitive Factors for Online Student Success


Information Session July 26, 2017 11:15 am - 12:00 pm

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Alfred Essa, McGraw-Hill Education
Most learning science research underplays the importance of non-cognitive learner attributes. This session presents some of the most cutting-edge research in learning analytics and how non-cognitive attributes can be identified, how they impact online learner success and how you can apply this research to practice.


Alfred Essa

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