As we prepare for fall, there is nothing more glaring than the need for asynchronous learning as part of the learning curriculum. Synchronous tools, such as Zoom have helped ease the sudden transition from onsite to remote learning. But as we prepare with more time, experience and emphasis on thoughtful and equitable learning, the need for asynchronous learning is prevalent. In this webinar, we discuss the range of learning models and how asynchronous learning supports student engagement and retention.
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with the United States Distance Learning Association.
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