Online Student Agreement

In the evaluation at the end of the online student contract, students were asked to assess their own willingness to meet the expectations of the online class. The range of responses was ranked between 1 and 4, with a score of 1 indicating that the student was unprepared and a score of 4 indicating that the preparation was effective. Out of 471 responses, only 8 students responded that they were not ready for their online student testimonial courses: I thought it would be a very well explained email to everyone to explain what is needed to complete this course. It was very helpful. In addition, faculties indicated that there are fewer problems faced by students who do not meet the minimum online participation requirements. All semesters of persistence reports are evaluated for e-learning. As this is the first semester to be in effect, we hope for better perseverance in online classes. The goal of the online student contract is to improve student preparation and performance in online courses. This resource ensures that all online students have been informed of best practices for students before starting an online course.

The first draft e-learning agreement was launched in 2015-17, a second one has been launched until 2019 and a third project is underway. For more information, see All students will follow Oxford School District guidelines and standards, and students and parents will agree that the project aims to allow students to prepare their learning agreements through an online system that will allow them to contact the detachment and reception coordinators of higher education institutions to finalize, approve and sign it online. This process therefore transfers a paper workflow, which depends on timely mailings for signature purposes, into an online system that allows students to save a lot of time in preparing for their studies abroad and to create an increased degree of flexibility and efficiency in revising the learning agreement. The online software will also allow higher education institutions to integrate learning agreement management processes to improve the efficiency of the licensing and management process, giving staff time to work on other activities in international relations or improve the quality of credit mobility.

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