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Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning

Is asynchronous learning more inclusive than on-campus learning?

The transition from in-person learning to asynchronous online learning has proven difficult - at times testing our patience - but an important light has been shone on a different style of learning; one which is not only convenient for remote living, but also champions psychological and social benefits for its participants. Mary Farmer from the University of British Columbia (UBC) explains why asynchronous learning is more inclusive than on-campus learning, addressing issues such as extrovert domination, sexism, class conflict, and racial bias.
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The future of classrooms is digital

The future of classrooms is digital

In the midst of this pandemic, it's no surprise that schools are creating more video content – but at MBATUBE | MBAGRADSCHOOLS, we believe that blended learning should not simply be a reaction to the pandemic, but a permanent, adaptive solution that flips the classroom approach on its head. The future of classrooms is digital.
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How will COVID-19 affect higher education across the world?

How will COVID-19 affect higher education across the world?

The effects that COVID-19 has wreaked upon our society have been rapid, far-reaching and drastic. As I write, one third of the world’s population is now in lockdown. By the time you read this, it could well be more than that. Whilst we’re currently witnessing the impact of the coronavirus on our daily lives, for businesses the impact is likely to last several years. Different industries have already faced differing levels of disruption, but how is the higher education sector likely to be affected?
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