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Angelo State University. (2020). Online learning tools: Asynchronous communication tools. [website]

Choi, B. (2019, March). Student-generated discussion activity: A lever for building a community of learners in an asynchronous online learning. In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 405-409). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

CommLabIndia. (2020). 5 proven tools that support asynchronous learning. [website].

D’Agostino, D. (). Types of online learning. [video] (5:49 minutes). Fordham University.

Dixon, C. S., & Machtmes, K. (2020). Using asynchronous online discussion in the 7-12 science classroom. In Handbook of Research on Online Discussion-Based Teaching Methods (pp. 101-127). IGI Global.

iSpring. (2020). Asynchronous learning simply put: Definition, benefits and tools. [blog].

Kelly, S., & Banaszewski, C. (2018). Using screen recording platforms to increase instructor presence in an online classroom. eLearn, 2018(12), 11.

Lee, E., & Akcaoglu, M. (2017). Sociability of online learning environments: Examining discussion group sizes and social network sites. Learning, Design, And Technology, 1-16.

Lock, J., Eaton, S. E., & Kessy, E. (2017). Fostering self-regulation in online learning in K-12 education. Northwest Journal of Teacher Education, 12(2), 2.

Lohmann, M. J., & Boothe, K. A. (2020). Developing asynchronous online discussion boards to increase student engagement and learning. In Handbook of Research on Developing Engaging Online Courses (pp. 134-151). IGI Global.

Lowenthal, P., Borup, J., West, R., & Archambault, L. (2020). Thinking beyond Zoom: Using asynchronous video to maintain connection and engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 28(2), 383-391.

Macmillan Education ELT. (2020). Principles and practices in asynchronous online learning- [video] (47:00 minutes). Available on:

North, S. (2019). Understanding students’ self-regulation in asynchronous online learning. Dissertation.  University of Minnesota.

Notre Dame Office of Digital Learning. (2017). Synchronous & asynchronous learning. [video] (2:10 minutes). Available on:

Oxford University Press. (2020). Asynchronous learning #1: How to get started with asynchronous learning. [video] (52:49 minutes). Available on:

Pappas, C. (2014). 7 tips to create an effective asynchronous eLearning strategy. [blog].

Rezickie, R. (2019). Asynchronous learning. [blog]  [video] (8:04 minutes). MyPrivateTutor. Available on:

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Tibi, M. H. (2016). Essential components in structuring asynchronous discussion forums. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE), 17(2).

UMAss Boston (2016). Synchronous and asynchronous learning in an online course. [video] (6:43 minutes). Available on:

Warren, A. N. (2018). Navigating assigned roles for asynchronous online discussions: Examining participants' orientation using conversation analysis. Online Learning, 22(4), 27-45.

Whiley Education Services. (). Tools for online asynchronous learning. [website].

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