Download the article – Designing Polysynchronous Learning Spaces: Engaging students in virtual and physical environment
For a while now, online learning has been accepted in higher education as a proven platform for educating students. New online resources and the rise of personal devices are ultimately changing the way students interact and engage while they are learning.
Like many universities, Charles Sturt University is facing increasing demand from students for flexibility in the ways in which they undertake learning. This has resulted in the emergence of a new approach: polysynchronous learning. Learn more here: http://www.designforlearning.com.au/
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