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TitleCourse design in e-learning and the relationship with attrition and dropout: a systematic review
Author(s)Monteiro, Sandro
Lencastre, José Alberto
Osório, António José
Silva, Bento Duarte da
De Waal, Paula
İlin, Sukru Çetin
Türel, Yalın Kılıç
Turban, Muhammed
KeywordsSystematic review
Course design in e-learning
Issue dateAug-2016
PublisherFırat University
Abstract(s)Attrition and dropouts is a major issue in e-learning courses. Dropout rates for e-learning are 15–20% higher than traditional face-to-face courses (Angelino et al., 2007). ‘Better e-Learning for All’ is an Erasmus+ project that aims to enhance the knowledge about e-learning as a primary environment for adult education. The partnership has been studying e-learning dropout and dropout reasons reported in the literature, in order to propose a suitable approach for course design. In this paper, we will present the way we designed a systematic review of the ‘state of the art’, as well as some prime findings.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CIEd - Volume de Atas / Proceedings

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