Low-Bandwidth Instruction

Dealing with low-bandwidth issues during remote instruction

Instructional Challenge

During remote instruction, students may find themselves without access to a high-speed internet connection — making it difficult for them to watch video content, participate in real-time lectures or meetings, or engage equally in their courses.

The tips presenting here address the question: How can you develop and deliver content in ways that reduce bandwidth demands on students?

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