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Asynchronous Instruction

Instructors and students interact intermittently over time with students usually working at their own speed to meet deadlines set by the instructor. Examples: Self-paced courses via the Internet or CD-ROM, Q-and-A mentoring, online discussion groups and e-mail. Distance Education -- Credit-granting courses delivered to off-campus locations via audio, video or the Internet. Can be synchronous or asynchronous and may include time on campus for labs or exams.

E-learning (electronic learning)

Course content delivered via Internet, intranet/extranet, audio- and videotape, satellite broadcast, interactive TV, CD-ROM and more.

M-learning (mobile learning)

Course content or other educational information delivered to or usable as audio or video on mobile devices such as MP3 players, smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDAs).

Online Education

Credit-granting courses delivered primarily via the Internet to students at remote locations. May be synchronous or asynchronous, and may include students and teachers meeting less than 25 percent of the course time for lectures, labs or exams.

Synchronous Instruction

Real-time, instructor-led online learning event in which all participants are logged on at the same time and communicate directly with each other. This could be through a chat room, teleconferencing or videoconferencing. Students and teachers may share a whiteboard, applications or desktops.