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Navigate 2: Roles: Learning Management System and Student Information System

Create: Using the information from this lesson, create a digital resource that highlights the various roles in a learning management system: teacher, facilitator, course developer, instructional administrator and LMS administrator.


Navigate 1 - Screen Capture


How does screen capture function in the online classroom?

Screen capture allows for both synchronous and asynchronous learning by offering a platform for delivering and archiving a lesson for later viewing. 199 more words


Navigate 1 - Synchronous Vendor Market

Answer: What synchronous vendor application/tool did you select? Using the application, what did you experience using the synchronous learning tool? Was the task easy? Challenging? Did the process present problems? 248 more words


Navigate (v.)

The word “navigate” has a variety of meanings:

  • to travel over, through, or on (water, air, or land) in a boat, aircraft, etc.
  • to plan and direct the course of a vessel or vehicle…
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Navigate 1 - Commercial vs. Open Source Virtual Classrooms

Reflect: Consider for a moment the role of synchronous learning in the virtual classroom and the exploration of various synchronous applications. Using the lesson as a point of reference, discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the open source versus commercial software in relation to synchronous learning in your blog. 266 more words


Navigate 1 - Delineating Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning

What is synchronous learning? What is asynchronous learning?

Let’s break it down.

Synchronous comes to us from Greek.

The prefix syn means “together.”

Chronous means “having to do with time. 293 more words



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