1. Richland CC - Retention Presentation - InstructureCon 2014

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    Highlights from Kona Jones' presentation about how Dropout Detective helped her school to significant increase its retention rate. In the 2nd half of the video, you'll see slides with her before-and-after student success rates. The full 28-minute presentation can be found at: http://youtu.be/-Qr8QrMG3CQ

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    • Sarah Lawther: Why do students stay at university? Supporting student transition into the first year.

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      The HERE (Higher Education: Retention and Engagement) Project explored how to support students with their transition into the first year, looking primarily at why students stay rather than why they leave. It was one of seven projects funded by HEFCE and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation as part of the ‘What Works? Student Retention and Success’ programme of work. After three years of study, over 3,000 student survey responses and ten case study studies with academic programmes, the HERE Project has nine major findings and nine key recommendations to improve retention and success. This session will outline these research findings and recommendations, looking in particular at the importance of belonging and what helps students ‘fit in’ on their course. Sarah was Nottingham Trent University's lead researcher for the HERE Project. She has extensively researched student transition, retention and engagement and is currently working to use these findings to improve the learning and teaching experience for students at NTU. Her current research interests include: student belonging, the BME student experience and the use of mixed methods in research.

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      • CSS in the Education Industry

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        Customer Service Solutions, Inc. President Ed Gagnon describes CSS work with K-12, Community Colleges, and Universities.

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        • Introduction to Sociology - Health

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          This video is a segment on the U.S. Healthcare System from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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          • Introduction to Sociology - Education

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            This video is a segment on global development in education from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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            • Introduction to Sociology - Culture

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              This video is a segment on culture in society from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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              • Introduction to Sociology - Collective Behavior and Social Movements

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                This video is a segment on organization of social movements from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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                • Introduction to Sociology - Age

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                  This video is a segment on how people age from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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                  • Introduction to Psychology - Perception

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                    This video is a segment on selection and attention from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Psychology. (PSY101 9.02) © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of people with a concentration on the human mind, behavior, and the formation of both thoughts and emotions. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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                    • Introduction to Psychology - Memory

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                      This video is a segment on short-term memory from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Psychology. (PSY101 16.06) © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of people with a concentration on the human mind, behavior, and the formation of both thoughts and emotions. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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