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Using Asynchronous Audio Communication (AAC) across academic disciplines to increase instructor presence and enhance students' engagement, learning outcomes, and overall satisfaction in the online classroom

Using Asynchronous Audio Communication (AAC) across academic disciplines to increase instructor presence and enhance students' engagement, learning outcomes, and overall satisfaction in the online classroom

Facilitating learning online requires an evolving set of teaching skills that embrace Web 2.0 technologies. Asynchronous Audio Communication (AAC) may bridge the virtual "communication divide" between instructors and students. The purpose of this study was multi-faceted: first, to assess students' and instructors' satisfaction with asynchronous audio instructor feedback as a teaching strategy in the online courseroom; second, to determine the perceived effect of AAC on student satisfaction, learning outcomes, student engagement, and perceived instructor presence; and third, to examine whether there was a significant difference in the way AAC was perceived by undergraduate and graduate students attending two southern state universities. Asynchronous Audio Communication in the form of... Show More
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