How to develop an asynchronous learning strategy?

When it comes to creating an online training course, one of the many questions that a designer needs to ask is this – what kind of learning strategy is best for the learners? Of course, there are two different options; asynchronous learning and synchronous learning strategies. Synchronous learning is simply a type of learning that involves both the learners and the instructor staying in the same place. It could either be in the form of a traditional classroom setup or live online meetings.

On the other hand, asynchronous learning is a type of training that doesn’t involve the learners and the instructors staying in the same place. Simply put, this type of training doesn’t require any real-time interaction. Instead, it involves the creation of course content and making it readily available for the learners to access at their own pace. For the sake of this post, we’ll only be focusing on the asynchronous aspect of learning. That said, read on to find out how you can easily develop the best asynchronous learning strategy for your learners.

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