10 Asynchronous learning examples

Asynchronous learning is a learner-centered approach to training in the workplace. This type of training allows Learners to complete their courses in their own time regardless of where they are. Asynchronous learning is important because it is easy to scale and can be accessed by anyone with the proper tools.

Asynchronous learning example #1 – Slideshows

Slideshows are commonly used in training courses, and they are one of the most effective asynchronous training methods. Training materials can be assigned to your workforce members for them to complete on their own when they get the chance. The EdApp PowerPoint converter allows you to upload your existing slideshows for your workforce to view. Using slideshows to present training material is a useful way to allow learners to learn at their own pace and test their understanding if you incorporate quizzes at the end of each lesson.

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