Asynchronous learning occurs when instructors and students interact independent of time and location. Asynchronous learning is often supported by media that do not require communicators to be online at the same time. Asynchronous media include: e-mail, blogs, podcasts, discussion boards and online content. Factors for successful asynchronous learning include effective:
A) teacher-to-students communication,
B) communication between students,
C) interaction with online content.