Research Project Title

Applying Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Communication to Acedemic Consultation

Presenter Information

Jack VanderGriendFollow

Session Type

Ideas Exchange (Works-in Progress)

Research Project Abstract

With the various modes of communication it affords, the internet offers a productive platform of endless opportunity for academic consultation. This research paper will explore, compare, and contrast the characteristics of online and face to face consultation, examining the advantages and disadvantages of both. Additionally, it will inform readers on skills and strategies that are needed for creating an online consultation space and ensuring student success. The paper will include research from consultation guides, consultation websites, consultants, and students, offering perspectives on both synchronous and asynchronous methods, and approaching the subject from the side of both consultant and student.

Session Number

IE1

Location

Weyerhaeuser 111

Abstract Number

IE1-b

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Apr 28th, 11:00 AM Apr 28th, 12:30 PM

Applying Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Communication to Acedemic Consultation

Weyerhaeuser 111

With the various modes of communication it affords, the internet offers a productive platform of endless opportunity for academic consultation. This research paper will explore, compare, and contrast the characteristics of online and face to face consultation, examining the advantages and disadvantages of both. Additionally, it will inform readers on skills and strategies that are needed for creating an online consultation space and ensuring student success. The paper will include research from consultation guides, consultation websites, consultants, and students, offering perspectives on both synchronous and asynchronous methods, and approaching the subject from the side of both consultant and student.