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Nowadays whether you are asynchronous or synchronous technology skills and your ability to sink or swim will be defined early on in the class.  Instructors should size up each student's ability to be successful in the course. Depending on the LMS the school chooses like Canvas or Google Classroom, students taking online courses will adapt.  Since the pandemic we are in a new era of learning.  Even F2F classes have a LMS to post assignments, discussions, and meet scheduled or not.  I have used both LMS systems and I have found that Canvas is much heartier and for the adult learner it is more useful.  Asynchronous learning can utilize the reverse classroom where the lesson is either filmed and watched later and then when online in class you can delve deeper into the subject.  Discussion boards and web conferencing are other ways to add more to the class. 

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