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Integrating synchronous and asynchronous internet distributed education for maximum effectiveness

J. Mark Pullen, Charles Snow
2007 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
Distributed education delivered via the Internet is a growing practice, with most institutions offering at least course websites and many expanding to full course offerings and even degree offerings.  ...  for student learning.  ...  asynchronous supporting materials that provides strong support and good flexibility for the student is challenging, but it is the best way to perform the academic mission given access to the Internet and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-007-9035-7 fatcat:apb5fw23wbabxap37ldhxtbi2y

Integrating Synchronous and Asynchronous Internet Distributed Education for Maximum Effectiveness [chapter]

J. Mark Pullen
Education for the 21st Century — Impact of ICT and Digital Resources  
Distributed education delivered via the Internet is a growing practice, with most institutions offering at least course websites and many expanding to full course offerings and even degree offerings.  ...  for student learning.  ...  Microsoft Internet Explorer; Mozilla Firefox) is far and away the most effective user interface for all Internet education.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34731-8_18 dblp:conf/ifip3/Pullen06 fatcat:tlsrefgrwvdbpmzqouo5ezblta

The Impact of Project-Based Flipped Classroom (PjBFC) on Critical Thinking Skills

Ika Listiqowati, Student Doctoral, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Malang, Indonesia & Lecturer, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Tadulako University, Indonesia, ika.listiqowati.2007219@students.um.ac.id, Budijanto Budijanto, Sumarmi Sumarmi, I Nyoman Ruja, Prof., Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Malang, Indonesia, budijanto.fis@um.ac.id, Prof., Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Malang, Indonesia, sumarmi.fis@um.ac.id, Dr.,Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Malang, Indonesia, nyoman.ruja.fis@um.ac.id
2022 International Journal of Instruction  
The results showed that the PjBFC model in online learning with synchronous and asynchronous strategies had a significant effect to develop student's critical thinking skills.  ...  This study aimed to examine the impact of the project-based flipped classroom (PjBFC) model on online learning with synchronous and asynchronous strategies on student's critical thinking skills.  ...  Organization Education Fund or LPDP) for supporting the research and this study.  ... 
doi:10.29333/iji.2022.15346a fatcat:etoxczmg7jfe5bo752as7mes6u

Synchronous and asynchronous online learning of advanced statistics during Covid-19 pandemic

Jackson Pasini Mairing, Rhodinus Sidabutar, Elyasib Yunas Lada, Henry Aritonang
2021 Journal of Research and Advances in Mathematics Education  
The research was aimed at describing the effectiveness of the implementation of asynchronous and synchronous online learning approaches in students' learning outcomes and skills of using Microsoft Excel  ...  The learning approaches were integrated with mathematics problems, Minitab software and Microsoft Excel, and videos.  ...  Acknowledgment We would thank the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education from one of the Universities in Central Kalimantan for providing grants so the research could be successfully conducted.  ... 
doi:10.23917/jramathedu.v6i3.13477 fatcat:7tbxjrl5wrggblxfzwgfkbmxfy

University Students' Perceptions in Implementing Asynchronous Learning during Covid-19 Era

Megawati Basri, Balqis Husain, Wiwin Modayama
2021 Metathesis Journal of English Language Literature and Teaching  
Over half of respondents criticize that limited internet access was one of the most significant restrictions when implementing asynchronous learning (Screencast-O-Matic and Google-Form apps).  ...  The subject of this study consisted of 45 respondents from the English education study program. They spread in the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8thsemester.  ...  The dynamic learning method involves synchronous and asynchronous learning activity.  ... 
doi:10.31002/metathesis.v4i3.2734 fatcat:czgvrtksb5aclecskhz7lzgcva

A Framework for the Design Studio in Web-Based Education

Aysu Sagun, Halime Demirkan, Mesut Goktepe
2001 International Journal of Art & Design Education  
who) with special emphasis given to synchronous and asynchronous communication.  ...  Design education should integrate design concepts and skills with practical and theoretical knowledge through collaborative learning.  ...  However, synchronous and asynchronous tools offered by web-based education should not be considered as the solution for all problems.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-5949.00282 fatcat:5zc4m7r3qjef7a27is7t5gdtbi

Information technology enhanced learning in distance and conventional education

H.A. Latchman, Ch. Salzmann, D. Gillet, H. Bouzekri
1999 IEEE Transactions on Education  
The proposed solution permits interaction in real-time and asynchronously among students and between students and instructor, which is a key for effective learning.  ...  Finally we share our vision on future trends to improve the proposed learning environment and the need for an optimal balance between expositive teaching and active learning for both synchronous and asynchronous  ...  education using synchronous and asynchronous tools.  ... 
doi:10.1109/13.804528 fatcat:3l3gx634o5fcfmkfphnvqzvmkm

A virtual classroom for undergraduate Periodontology: a pilot study

Nikos Mattheos, Anders Nattestad, Martin Schittek, Rolf Attstrom
2001 European journal of dental education  
The Integrated Distributed Learning Environments or virtual classrooms constitute a new promising structure in education of health care personnel.  ...  The course was web-based and included synchronous and asynchronous communication, on-line libraries and multimedia material.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by the State Scholarship Foundation S.S.F (IKY), Athens, Greece and the Council for Renewal of Undergraduate Education, Stockholm, Sweden. 146 For their exceptional  ... 
doi:10.1034/j.1600-0579.2001.50401.x pmid:11683890 fatcat:l7xhiw26cvbllhhpqynkk3l44u

A Self-Configurable Remote Display Network for Synchronized Collaborative Learning Systems

Lun-Chi Chen
2013 International Journal of Innovation Management and Technology  
Distance learning aims to deliver education to students who are not physically on site with teachers, and try to enhance the accessibility for education resources through Internet.  ...  There have been many ICT (internet communication technology) tools for long-distance communications, such as the internet phone service, video conferencing systems and collaborative e-learning.  ...  His current research interests include Distributed Systems, Internet Technologies, and Software System Integration.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijimt.2013.v4.414 fatcat:sgxwlpvbmfcsrn7lnetv5e2s54

Knowledge Management Framework for Collaborative Learning Support [chapter]

Mizue Kayama, Toshio Okamoto
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
REX can effectively carry out the collaborative learning support in asynchronous/synchronous learning mode.  ...  In the distributed learning environment, arrangement and integration of the learning information are attempted to support the decision making of learners and mediators.  ...  A distributed education system with synchronous and asynchronous learning mode at IBMJapan (Aoki and Nakajima 1999) , applies the Web operation recording technology .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24612-1_7 fatcat:o4xjpji365d63k6osuzyuvc5o4

21st Century Skills: Student Perception of Online Instructor Role

2018 Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning  
Recommendations for Practitioners: Teacher education lecturers ought to: (1) design the online courses in a way that integrates F2F meetings and both synchronous and asynchronous methods; and (2) employ  ...  Regarding online learning, students mostly preferred the mixed method of synchronous and asynchronous (59%), followed by asynchronous (29%), and synchronous (12%).  ...  , and integration of synchronous and asynchronous learning styles.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4090 fatcat:7zhpcls3pvg7va6mdsxxkrhkme

Efficiency of E-Learning Tools and Technologies to Progress Educational Eminence

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
accessible for use in education.  ...  One of the significant technological innovations is that e-learning can be designated as the use of the Internet and computers to support teaching and learning, and many e-learning tools are currently  ...  Synchronous E-Learning B. Asynchronous E-Learning A.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b1424.0982s1119 fatcat:2l4vyanns5ce3hqdfe7o4o6ete

Pros and cons for teaching courses in the classroom and online simultaneously

John Mark Pullen
2012 Proceedings of the 17th ACM annual conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education - ITiCSE '12  
In adding an online delivery option to an existing graduate program in computer science, important choices include (1) synchronous or asynchronous delivery and (2) for synchronous delivery, whether to  ...  The factors in favor of and against simultaneous delivery are discussed in detail and the conclusions reached for one particular program are described, including experience gained in the process and an  ...  For this purpose, Section 2 will review the characteristics of synchronous and asynchronous online education; Sections 3 and 4 respectively will examine the pros and cons of the simulteaching approach;  ... 
doi:10.1145/2325296.2325342 dblp:conf/iticse/Pullen12 fatcat:ekws3lhs2vbrfjrqzlu6uu4jya

IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

Nataliia Havryliuk, Olga Osaulchyk, Larysa Dovhan, Nataliia Bondar
2020 SOCIETY INTEGRATION EDUCATION Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference  
The paper aims to examine current tendencies in implementing e-learning as an integral part of the educational process.  ...  Within our investigation it has been concluded that e-learning is an effective and innovative educational technology that can improve the teaching process in educational institutions.  ...  Introduction Nowadays, the Internet is becoming one of the most important ways of obtaining and distributing information for both students and teachers.  ... 
doi:10.17770/sie2020vol4.5019 fatcat:mdbud74ypfftlog2gfcpj3cgnq

Readiness to Communicate in a Digital World

Kathy Lynch
2006 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
, synchronous and value-added communiqués.  ...  The primary role of undergraduate education is to best prepare graduates for the workforce that they are being primed.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Professor Dick Gunstone and Associate Professor Julie Fisher (Monash University) for their valued assistance during this project.  ... 
doi:10.28945/900 fatcat:dyzufnm265gmpkaiianbpi545y
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