Reaction Between Instructor And Students On Online Class And Information Retentiontion

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Background for the study
1.2 Purpose of the study
1.3 Research Question(s)
1.4 Limitation
1.5 Delimitation
1.6 Nature and Significance of the Problem
1.7 Definitions
2. Methodology
2.1 Research Design/Theoretical framework
2.2 Assumption
2.3 Subjects/Selection and Description of participants
2.4 Data Collection
2.5 Data Analysis
2.6 Time line

Introduction Online classes are designed to give you the tools to help you succeed. The class information and materials available to students a week before classes even start. Every online class is created based on a syllabus and presented online using an ordered, easy-to-follow coursework. One of the
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3) How does online interaction between instructor and student impact information retention?
4) How you engage with online classes and information retention?

1.4 Limitation
Although the research collected a good amount of data, there are some limitations. This research study is limited to only a few groups of students who registered for online classes. The results of the research are specific to Graduate students who took online classes at Eastern Illinois University. Although this research provides a platform to examine the impact of online classes on student retention also online classes are time restrictive study.
Participation in this study is delimited to a) students at the research site; b) students enrolled in fully online courses c) Students who enrolled in all the online courses.The study mainly focusses on examination of student retention and GPA of a student who took online classes also this study mainly focuses on the impact of student retention and GPA and their performance. This research focuses on Qualitative methodology by assessing student retention and their performance in gaining GPA

1.6 Nature and Significance of the

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