synchronous communication


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synchronous communication

A mode of communication between parties in which messages and responses are exchanged immediately. An example of synchronous communication is talking by telephone.
See also: communication
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When the number of VMs is five and Te is longer than Tp, the delay of SC in Figures 8 and 9 is up to 69 msec and 37 msec less than that of NC because synchronous communications do not occur in SC.
In general, students submit a higher percentage of task-oriented messages than SE-oriented messages in both asynchronous and synchronous communication modes.
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Instructors' experiences of web based synchronous communication using two-way audio and direct messaging.
ERIC Descriptors: Asynchronous Communication; Synchronous Communication; Educational Environment; Constructivism (Learning); Web 2.0 Technologies; Learning Theories; Cooperative Learning; Group Activities; Teacher Role; Cognitive Style; Facilitators (Individuals); Computer Assisted Instruction; Teaching Methods
The fast development of digital communication increases technology-mediated participation and the use of online synchronous communication among people.
Synchronous communication is communication between the faculty and students in a real-time virtual environment.
He found that the frequency of a student's attending chat sessions, which were equipped with synchronous communication tools, was significantly related to the student's course grade (r = .626).
No matter what the topology, the interplay between a standard originally developed for asynchronous data transmission and voice technology that depends on regular, synchronous communication will always have some degree of complexity.
In web-based leaning environments, student-centered learning is mainly supported though the use of web-based pedagogical tools including, asynchronous and synchronous communication tools, hypermedia and multimedia tools, and web-based course management systems.
The second category of CMC, synchronous communication, is place, but not time independent.
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