| ACADEMICS | Centers & Institutes | Center for Teaching and Learning | Remote Teaching: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous
There are two options for instructors to facilitate class sessions remotely:
Instructors may choose to engage their students synchronously or asynchronously depending on the course content or material that needs to be taught. There are many advantages and disadvantages to asynchronous and synchronous teaching options.
Next: Option 1: Classes Live via Blackboard
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