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dc.contributor.authorCraig, H.
dc.contributor.authorRiquelme, X.
dc.identifier.citationCraig, H., & Riquelme, X. (2013). Online orientation to promote student success. In M. Hobbs & K. Dofs (Eds.) ILAC selections - autonomy in a networked world: Proceedings of the 2012 Conference of the Independent Learning Association (pp. 59-61). Wellington, New Zealand: Independent Learning Association.en
dc.descriptionConference paper published in proceedings.en
dc.description.abstractThe Open Polytechnic Learning Centre promotes student success by offering several online study skills workshops. These workshops are made up of a series of modules, designed using Moodle (a learning management system), which contain activities that students work through at their own pace. These online activities are supported by a Learning Adviser who can answer queries directly via an online forum. The latest development has been a full online orientation which has modules covering what it means to study online and how to access key student support services. It is aimed at first-time students in a distance/online environment and is a stepping stone to other online workshops such as those focused on specific study skills or exam techniques. This summary provides a brief overview of the online orientation, its aims, contents and approach, and ends with feedback from students and ideas for future development.en
dc.subjectOnline study skillsen
dc.subjectDistance educationen
dc.titleOnline orientation to promote student success.en

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