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Student(s) only

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Keywords

Accountability, Student Success, Quality, Accrediting Standards, Online Education, Attrition Rates, Strategies for Online Instructional Quality

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This paper examines empirical studies on accountability, quality, and student success in online education. It advances that accountability and quality are critical components for student success in online education. It concludes that there is a lack of empirical studies that examine the effects of these measures on student success.

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Accountability, Quality, and Student Success in Online Education: A Literature Review of Empirical Studies

This paper examines empirical studies on accountability, quality, and student success in online education. It advances that accountability and quality are critical components for student success in online education. It concludes that there is a lack of empirical studies that examine the effects of these measures on student success.