On-line courses have become an important component of the delivery of courses in all areas of education. The validity of online delivery is challenged if Web students perform poorly in subsequent major courses. This paper investigates the effect of mode of delivery and other factors on the level of success, failure, potential, and limitations of web delivery in course sequences. This study was conducted on a two-course sequence in the Computer Information Systems Department at Metropolitan State College of Denver. The result of this research identifies important factors impacting student success in this two course sequence.
Morris, Gerard J.; Mawhinney, Charles H.; Fustos, Janos; Morrell, Joseph S.; Pence, Norman; Haga, Wayne; Marold, Kathryn; and Moreno, Abel A.
"Factors That Impact Student Performance in a Course Sequence,"
Communications of the IIMA: Vol. 4
, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/ciima/vol4/iss1/6