Synchronous courses involve set times where the class comes to together for graded teaching and learning activities, assessments, or both.
Asynchronous classes provide at least some flexibility as to how and when students engage with graded elements of the course.
Hybrid courses have roughly a 50/50 split of synchronous and asynchronous elements.
Our infographic can help you gauge whether you’re ready for the term, no matter what type of course you designed.
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