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Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning

Is asynchronous learning more inclusive than on-campus learning?

Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning Mary Farmer, a professor at the University of British Columbia with over twenty years of experience in remote learning, defines asynchronous learning as the following: “Asynchronous [online] learning means not in real-time. That means that students are not, at least by planning, on the platform at the same time. The online …

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MBA Diversity and Inclusion

MBA Pride: Amplifying LGBTQ+ voices in business schools

Shifting the lens Challenging convention through diversity & inclusion While LGBTQ+ rights have advanced dramatically over the past 20 years, there is still a long way to go when it comes to shaping inclusive environments. According to BCG, for example, 40% of LGBTQ+ employees are closeted at work. For Dr. Adriana Navarro Suárez, Marie Sklodowska-Curie …

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