Learning Space and Asynchronous Online Learning
If you are involved in the ever-changing world of education, you are probably familiar with the concept of asynchronous learning where students interact with their course according to their schedules. This often means watching prerecorded content. Those involved in this aspect of course delivery are most concerned with the packaging of the material (e.g., video and sound quality). But Nita Gopal has a thoughtful piece here related to how one should consider the place (or space) where the student is receiving the prerecorded content and the impact this might have on learning.
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