Generalized Checklists Significance in Improving Timeliness in Asynchronous Distance Education
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Cavanaugh, T., Lamkin, M. & Hu, H. (2012). Generalized Checklists Significance in Improving Timeliness in Asynchronous Distance Education. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 227-233). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In response to novice online learners in distance learning courses submitting work late and missing elements of various assignments, research on using generalized checklists as a strategy or tool to assist students in doing their work and submitting that work on time was undertaken. This generalized assessments checklist for distance learning students taking an asynchronous course was designed using the READ-DO checklist design standards and distributed to by email on a weekly basis. The checklist was found to be statistically significant as a strategy in improving submission times for asynchronous distance learning students.
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