‘Asynchronous learning’ refers to forms of learning and teaching that place flexibly online and do not require learners and/or tutors to be online simultaneously.
Engaging Students Online
Both synchronous and asynchronous online learning activities can foster engagement through keeping to some core principles.
Moodle Essential Unit Information Area
Share this page What do we mean? Course Contact = a nominated staff member to act as the main contact for the Course Moodle Essential Unit Information Area = an area which will appear by default at the top of
Bath Blend Baseline Moodle Templates
Moodle templates provide structure and organisation in the online teaching environment.
Re:View is the University of Bath’s video platform (also known as Panopto).
Moodle is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) used for both synchronous (live) and asynchronous activity.