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dc.contributor.authorMelrose, Sherri
dc.identifier.citationLaVallie, C., & Melrose , S. (2005). Skills for Succeeding in Online Graduate Study. Academic Quarterly 9(3), 176-181.en
dc.description.abstractFor online graduate learners, knowledge of practical skills that promote successful help seeking that go beyond simply suggesting that students ask their instructor for further direction, are invaluable. Skills for succeeding in online graduate health studies shaped from a student's perspective and data collected from an already published study are identified. The skills essential for succeeding in online graduate studies are enlisting help from family, friends and co-workers, recruiting others to proof read assignments, and creating discussion groups outside of the online setting.en
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dc.publisherAcademic Quarterlyen
dc.subjectdistance educationen
dc.subjecthealth studiesen
dc.titleSkills for succeeding in online graduate studiesen

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