Methods of Delivery

There are two methods of delivery that are used in instruction

1)Asynchronous Learning refers to an instructor’s facilitation of material by providing materials, lessons, and learning activities which may be assessed by students freely and submitted within a specified time-frame. Examples of asynchronous learning  include email, learning repositories, online discussion forums, ePortfolios, collaborative forums, and social media platforms.

  • Asynchronous Tools
    • Email
    • Mailing Lists
    • Online Discussion Boards
    • Wikis
    • Blogs
    • SMS Texting

2) Synchronous Learning refers to instruction that occurs when teachers and students are online and interacting in real-time, and examples of synchronous learning center on the use of video conferencing, such as Adobe Connect and GoToMeeting to present formal instruction and offer continued student interaction

3) Blended Learning  refers to a combination of Asynchronous Learning  and Synchronous Learning.

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