Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Learning
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If there’s one thing that’s changing all the time, it’s technology. Business learning’s had to adapt fast, thanks to huge shifts in how we work, collaborate, and learn. Synchronous learning (engaging in real time), and asynchronous learning (accessing learning in your own time) are now commonplace terms in any L&D department. The question is: Do you know which one to use, and when?
Both approaches can bring excellent results, if used in the right context. It’s about picking the right tool for the job and basing your choices on your organization’s specific learning needs and goals. Understanding the options available to you is essential in designing the most effective learning program for your context. This course will get your teams started.
The benefits and limitations of synchronous and asynchronous learning engagements
The benefits of synchronous, asynchronous, or blended learning in different contexts
How to analyze learners’ skills, needs, and topics to decide on the best approach on a course-by-course basis
Why your teams need this course
This course is aimed at people working in L&D, HR, or leadership. They’ll understand how synchronous and asynchronous learning models work in practice, which is most effective in different contexts, and how to choose the best approach.
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