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Asynchronous conferencing is the formal term used in science, in particular in computer-mediated communication, collaboration and learning, to describe technologies where there is a delay in interaction between contributors. It is used in contrast to synchronous conferencing, which refers to various "chat" systems in which users communicate simultaneously in "real time".

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  • CONFER, developed in 1975 at the University of Michigan, was one of the first and one of the most sophisticated computer conferencing systems.

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