Introducing a Late Bank in Online Graduate Courses: The Response of Students

@article{Schroeder2019IntroducingAL,
  title={Introducing a Late Bank in Online Graduate Courses: The Response of Students},
  author={Meadow Schroeder and E. Yu. Makarenko and Karly Warren},
  journal={The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning},
  year={2019}
}
In post-secondary education, students must demonstrate strong time-management skills while they navigate several courses in a semester. When students struggle to meet due dates, they can accrue late penalties, which exacerbates a stressful situation. In response, two graduate programs integrated a late bank system into their online courses. Students could submit one of two assignments up to five days after the due date without penalty. After each assignment was due, a survey was used to measure… 

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Introducing a Late Bank in Online Graduate Courses: The Response of Students
In post-secondary education, students must demonstrate strong time-management skills while they navigate several courses in a semester. When students struggle to meet due dates, they can accrue late

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