Humanizing Learning-at-Distance: Best Practice Guidelines for Synchronous Instructors

Humanizing Learning-at-Distance: Best Practice Guidelines for Synchronous Instructors

Kathleen Barclay (University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-963-7.ch083
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Abstract

Online learning is taking part in one of the greatest instructional transformations since mass public education was introduced in America in the 1880s. Traditional classroom settings now contend with the implementation of asynchronous (online, self-directed) and, even more recently, synchronous (online, real-time) environments. These uses of technology challenge our historical instructional models, raising many questions about how to appropriately integrate such processes into business and educational instruction.

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