Examining the relationships between attendance, online engagement and summative examinations performance

Jane C. Holland, Eric Clarke, Morag Monro, Evelyn Kelleher & Mark Glynn
Background: Non-attendance correlates with poor performance, but manual recording of attendance is problematic. Online activity reports may be a more efficient method of identifying at-risk students. Summary of work: This research is part of a prospective study examining physical attendance, online activity reports (Moodle), continuous assessments and summative examination performance. Ethical approval was granted by RCSI Ethics Committee. Two modules within the first year of the undergraduate medical program were identified for inclusion. Results: Data...
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