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The transition of higher education institutions to distance learning, caused by the spread of COVID-19, has highlighted the need to minimize the social distance of students and teachers, with the updated the use of blended learning; accordingly, studying synchronous and asynchronous e-learning modes to support them. This article discusses the balance of synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning models and examines the attitude of teachers and students at higher education institutionsdoi:10.34916/el.2021.13.05 fatcat:keapqxkzjrhcvpffhevtrz7mjm