The Synchronous Opportunity: Wiley’s 2022 Voice of the Online Learner Report

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  1. Steve Mackay
    Steve Mackay says:

    There are two further aspects to the great assessment (thanks Phil) of synchronous vs asynchronous learning. The first one is that we have always (well, for the past fifteen years) put huge store by highly interactive synchronous sessions (the passionate teacher is critical) and believe these are critical to keep the students persisting with their course – although we provide our students all over the world with options for different times during the day. This means a lower overall attrition rate. The second point is that I believe many providers will avoid synchronous as it probably costs more that simply posting up videos and requires considerably more effort to arrange synchronous sessions.

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