Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks - Volume 13:3 - October 2009 - PDF


  1. The Road to Retention: A Closer Look at Institutions that Achieve High Course Completion Rates
    Janet C. Moore, Marie J. Fetzner
  2. Peirce College and Student Success
    Jon Lenrow
  3. SetonWorldWide: A Case Study Of Student Success
    Philip DiSalvo
  4. Rochester Institute of Technology: Analyzing Student Success
    Richard Fasse, Joeann Humbert, Raychel Rappold
  5. University of Cincinnati: Case Study of Online Student Success
    Melody Clark, Lisa Holstrom, Ann M. Millacci
  6. The UIS Model For Online Success
    Bill Bloemer
  7. Does Strong Faculty Support Equal Consistent Course Completion?: It has for Dallas Baptist
    Kaye Shelton
  8. An Exploration of the Relationship Between Indicators of the Community of Inquiry Framework and Retention in Online Programs
    Wally Boston, Sebastián R. Díaz, Angela M. Gibson, Phil Ice, Jennifer Richardson, Karen Swan
  9. Getting Better: ALN and Student Success
    Janet C. Moore, John Sener, Marie Fetzner
  10. Factors that Influence Students’ Decision to Dropout of Online Courses
    Pedro A. Willging, Scott D. Johnson
  11. Why They Stayed: Near-Perfect Retention in an Online Certification Program in Library Media
    Katrina A. Meyer, Janis Bruwelheide, Russell Poulin
  12. Using Asynchronous Learning in Redesign: Reaching and Retaining the At-Risk Student
    Carol A. Twigg


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