Get Started: Teaching Online #2 – Delivering Online Learning

Categories: Get Started: Online Teaching,Higher Education Video

How can online education be effectively delivered? How can you choose the best delivery method based on the needs of your students? This video outlines some of the differences between synchronous and asynchronous learning methods in online education.

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in schools around the world making transitions from in-person to online learning. Get Started: Teaching Online is four-part series of videos designed to highlight new learning processes that will help educators take first steps toward effective design and delivery of online education products. The series was created through a small grant awarded by the Hollings Center for International Dialogue to Colla MacDonald (CollaLearning Corp.) and Shamsad Mortuza (University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh). This project originated from the Hollings Center’s South Asia Higher Education Symposium in 2019.

Author: Michael Carroll