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Student Progress in Distance Education Courses: A Replication Study
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Adult Education Quarterly Volume 45, Number 1, ISSN 0741-7136

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Adult students in three distance education programs completed the Distance Education Student Progress Inventory. Social and academic integration had a significant effect on academic achievement and persistence. Successful part timers were able to integrate school, work, family, and social demands; those who had difficulties often blamed external factors. (SK)

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Kember, D. (1994). Student Progress in Distance Education Courses: A Replication Study. Adult Education Quarterly, 45(1), 286-301. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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