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<p class="2">This paper describes a study of success factors in the introductory semester of liberal studies blended courses offered at the bachelor of science level. The influence of student participation in the online course environment was examined, as measured by the number of times students logged into the learning management system (LMS) and average session length. These measures were correlated with final course grades to increase understanding of the participation patterns of successfuldoi:10.19173/irrodl.v17i3.1811 fatcat:u4ok2iv5vjg6zom5oefjabpw24