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What is Simultaneity

Handbook of Research on Strategic Management of Interaction, Presence, and Participation in Online Courses
Engaging in two activities at the same time.
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More Teaching in Less Time: Leveraging Time to Maximize Teaching Presence
B. Jean Mandernach (Grand Canyon University, USA), Rick Holbeck (Grand Canyon University, USA), and Ted Cross (Grand Canyon University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9582-5.ch011
There are a plethora of best practices highlighting strategies to personalize the online learning experience, promote interaction and establish teaching presence. Despite this knowledge, a gap remains between online instructors' pedagogical knowledge and teaching behaviors. This discrepancy is largely a function of time. With a wide range of instructional tasks to complete, faculty struggle to balance all the demands of the online classroom. To maximize student success and satisfaction, it is essential that faculty effectively manage their time to engage in instructional behaviors with the greatest impact. This chapter overviews strategies to help online instructors: 1) create an efficient online classroom; 2) manage teaching time more effectively; and 3) prioritize their time investment to promote interaction, presence and participation.
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Outcomes of Computer Mentoring
Participants in a communication can send messages at the same time. Thus, in a face-to-face or telephone conversation, speaker’s messages may overlap. In e-mail, on the other hand, one person must wait until the message is received until responding. Without simultaneity, the logical sequence of discussions becomes disjointed, and as a result, the psychological distance between communicators increases.
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The Metaphorical Foundation of Interoperability Artifacts: The Case of Public Services
Characteristic of conceptual metaphors that they can be used at the same time in the same linguistic expression.
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The Dynamics of Demographic and Macroeconomic Variables in India
Simultaneity is a specific type of endogeneity problem in which the explanatory variables are jointly determined with the dependent variable and thus, the error term is correlated with the explanatory variables.
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