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  1. Storyboard for 7102 Video Presentation K Tino Asynchronous v Synchronous Educational Delivery

  2. Introduction • Describe and define Asynchronous Education • Describe and define Synchronous Education • Resources: • The Theory and Practice of Online Learning • Anderson, T (2008) • Building Online Learning Communities • Palloff, R & Pratt, K (2007)

  3. Student Opinion • Student Perceptions of Asynchronous versus Synchronous Communication in a Technology-Enhanced Learning Environment • Table 1 -- Results of Student Media Preference Survey • Resources: Lightfoot, J

  4. Instructor Opinion • The Influence of Instructional Technologies in Faculty Motivation • Resources: Schaeffer, A. (2010)

  5. Instructional Delivery • Organizational Structure and Pedagogical Approach: Online versus Face-to-face • TABLE 1: Factors of Perceived Differences between Virtual and Brick-and-Mortar Schools • Developing an Infrastructure for Online Learning • Resources: McFarland, D (2011). The Journal of Educators Online, Volume 8, Number 1, January 2011 Anderson, T (2008) The Theory and Practice of Online Learning, pp. 121-142

  6. Collaboration • Synchronous versus Asynchronous interaction between users of two collaborative tools for the production of Use Cases • Table 1: Features of the collaborative tools • Resources: Carlos M. Fuenzalida and Héctor B. Antillanca, CLEI Electronic Journal, Volume 13, Number 1 Paper 5, April, 2010 Palloff & Pratt (2005) Collaborating Online Palloff & Pratt (2007) Building Online Learning Communitites

  7. Variances in E-Learning • E-Learning Asynchronous • E-Learning Synchronous • Table 1 Three Types of Communication Resources: F:\Walden U\EDUC 7102\Asynchronous and Synchronous E-Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) EDUCAUSE.mht

  8. Benefits and Limitations of Asynchronous E-Learning • Table 2 Sentences Categorized by Type of Communication and E-Learning • Resources: F:\Walden U\EDUC 7102\Asynchronous and Synchronous E-Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) EDUCAUSE.mht

  9. Benefits and Limitations of Synchronous E-Learning • Kock’s media naturalness hypothesispredicts that synchronous communication increases psychological arousal. • Robert and Dennis’scognitive model of media choice predicts that synchronous communication increases motivation. • Resources: Ned Kock, “Media Richness or Media Naturalness? The Evolution of Our Biological Communication Apparatus and Its Influence on Our Behavior Toward E-Communication Tools,” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, vol. 48, no. 2 (June 2005), pp. 117–30. Robert and Dennis, “Paradox of Richness.”

  10. Student Preparation and Support • Synchronous Training vs Asynchronous Training • Resources: F:\Walden U\EDUC 7102\Synchronous Training vs Asynchronous Training.mht

  11. Conclusion