Educational Technology

September 29, 2020

Bichronous Online Learning: Blending Asynchronous and Synchronous Online Learning

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Florence Martin, Drew Polly and Albert Ritzhaupt, EDUCAUSE Review
As online learning becomes a more common model for higher education courses, institutions and instructors should investigate the benefits of including both synchronous and asynchronous elements in online learning to maximize the benefits of both these environments.¬†Although the blending of face-to-face and online learning has been researched in many studies, the blending of synchronous and asynchronous online has not been researched to the same extent. Grounding on the term “chronous,” which means personification in time, we refer to this blend as bichronous online learning.

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