Designing for the Delivery Mode
Deciding between synchronous or asynchronous elements depends on the needs of your students and your goals for student learning.
The EvoLLLution, 5 pages, 7/27/2020
Higher education institutions should utilize whatever free time they have to review their online offerings and modify them to reflect the best practices of intentionally designed online learning.
EDUCAUSE Review, 16 pages, 3/27/2020
Well-planned online learning experiences are meaningfully different from courses offered online in response to a crisis or disaster.
Inside Higher Ed, 6 pages, 4/29/2020
Synchronous learning can disadvantage some students, including those with disabilities, and it can also overwhelm professors.
EdSurge News, 7 pages, 4/8/2020
The benefits of being online together are huge, however getting to a live online class on time can be challenging for those who live in households where there aren’t enough computers or tablets for every learner, or where the internet connection isn’t robust enough.