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AGEP-T FRAME Fellow: Kayode C.V. Adebowale



Kayode C.V. Adebowale

Graduate Student, Stony Brook University

Department of Technology, Policy and Innovation

Specialty: Educational Technology/ Online and Blended Learning        

AGEP-T FRAME Research Mentor: Dr. Tiang-Lih Teng

Email: kayode.adebowale@stonybrook.edu


Seminar Title: A Model for Predicting how Patterns of Learner Interactions with Course Contents Impacts Student Retention, Course Completions, and Scores on Learning Assessments among Post-Secondary Students in Asynchronous Online, and Synchronous Blended/Hybrid Learning Environments.  

Description:  This study presents findings from a research conducted between 2012 and 2015 using various data collated from Blackboard LMS, AdobeConnect, and other "tools" used in some online and blended courses at Stony Brook University.


Sato, E., Sohn, H., Chen, J., Adebowale, K., & Jourdain, S. (2015). Building Innovative Online Korean and Japanese Courses: A Pilot on Technology-enhanced Curriculum Development. Journal of Educational Technology Systems (?)

Ekwunife-Orakwue, K. & Teng, T. (2014). The impact of transactional distance dialogic interactions on student learning outcomes in online and blended learning environments. Computers & Education Journal. Vol. (78): 414-427.

“Virtual Learning Program Rubric.”Crean Davis, A., Gaines, J., Paul. A., &Rukobo, E.Z. (2014). Philadelphia, PA: Center on Innovations in Learning.