Nine Year Retrospective Study Looks at Graduate Student Reading Completion

Linda Rak, Dr. Kathleen Olmstead, and Dr. Jie Zhang presented at the 6th Annual Conference of Academic Research in Education. Rak conducted action research with 434 students enrolled in six graduate-level literacy courses over the course of nine years. 

Linda Rak (Adjunct Professor Emeritus), Dr. Kathleen Olmstead (Associate Professor), and Dr. Jie Zhang (Professor in the Department of Education and Human Development) presented at the 6th Annual Conference of Academic Research in Education.

Rak conducted action research with 434 students enrolled in six graduate-level literacy courses across 28 classes over nine years. This retrospective study helps to better understand students’ reading completion and the factors which impact course reading completion.

Citation

Rak, L., Olmstead, K., & Zhang, J. (2022). Graduate literacy students’ reading completion: A 9-Year longitudinal study. Virtual Conference, March 21-22, 2022. The 6th Annual Conference of Academic Research in Education (CARE).

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Jie Zhang: jzhang@brockport.edu

Posted: March 23, 2022