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"Student Hits in an Internet-Supported Course: How Can Instructors Use Them and What Do They Mean?" icon

Student Hits in an Internet-Supported Course: How Can Instructors Use Them and What Do They Mean?

This study examines whether hits to a Web site have any value for predicting student performance in a traditional course supported by Web activities. Total Hits at the end of the semester was used as one measure. Hit Consistency, determined by assigning a 0 when no hits occurred between class meetings and by assigning a 1 when one or more hits occurred between class meetings, was another. These results suggest that students who consistently...

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