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How to Engage Students in Asynchronous Online Discussions: A Case Study

Online Learning Participation and Discussion

How to Engage Students in Asynchronous Online Discussions: A Case Study

Too often, asynchronous online discussions morph into students making only perfunctory postings to fulfill the bare minimum requirements. We blame students, but the deeper issue is that the discussion forum is foreign to students because real conversations aren’t planned. How often have you sat with colleagues at lunch, following the rule that each person must make one original comment and respond to a minimum of two other comments?

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