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We built a grant-funded learning platform and competency-based skill-building modules to help under-prepared students overcome common academic skill gaps while working on course assignments. Early research results show students actively use “JUICE” overviews, tutorials, and practice games and provide compelling evidence of improved persistence. Should JUICE go OER? How?

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Projector, internet access, audio speakers, flip chart with markers

Presenter Bios

Mary Ann joined SNHU to build JUICE after 14 years at Pearson Education where she led higher education learning technology strategy and development for flagship online homework and assessment products. Mary Ann has a diverse background including an Ed.M. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Boston University, years experience in software development and technical publishing, and experience teaching and writing curriculum for refugee education. Mary Ann also volunteers as a coach for the Babson College WIN Lab Entrepreneurial Leadership program.

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31-5-2018 1:05 PM

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May 31st, 1:05 PM

Should This Just-in-time Competency-based Skill-builder Web App Go Open?

We built a grant-funded learning platform and competency-based skill-building modules to help under-prepared students overcome common academic skill gaps while working on course assignments. Early research results show students actively use “JUICE” overviews, tutorials, and practice games and provide compelling evidence of improved persistence. Should JUICE go OER? How?

 

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