Edison Dictionary

Asynchronous learning

Asynchronous learning refers to an educational model in which students learn at times that are not concurrent with those of the instructor. They may learn from text, video, quizzes, or even games that they access on their own schedule. Benefits: Asynchronous learning can give you flexibility, affordability, pacing, no geographical restrictions, ownership of learning, scalable learning and much more.

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