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2006

Blogging to learn and learning to blog

By Karl Kapp, Lisa Neal / December 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Teaching art at a distance

By Michael Stewart / December 1, 2006

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Seven steps to better e-learning

By Clark N. Quinn / December 1, 2006

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Senior service

By Lisa Neal / November 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Formative evaluation

By Lisa Neal / November 1, 2006

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Let's join the digital economy

By Kay Howell / October 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Online learning in the Arab world

By Nidhal Guessoum / October 1, 2006

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Five questions...

By Lisa Neal / October 1, 2006

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TYPE: INTERVIEW

Just "DO IT"

By Michael Feldstein, Lisa Neal, Ken Korman / September 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

The digital promise

By Michael Feldstein / September 1, 2006

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Online course design from a communities-of-practice perspective

By John D. Smith, Beverly Trayner / September 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Want better courses?

By Lisa Neal, Michael Feldstein / August 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Designing usable, self-paced e-learning courses

By Michael Feldstein, Lisa Neal / August 1, 2006

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5 questions... for Richard E. Mayer

By Lisa Neal / July 31, 2006

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TYPE: INTERVIEW

Five Questions... for John Seely Brown

By Lisa Neal / June 1, 2006

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TYPE: INTERVIEW

Learn While You Drive

By Frank Linton / June 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION, NONFORMAL/INFORMAL LEARNING

"Deep" thoughts

By Mark Notess, Lisa Neal / May 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

There's no such thing as a learning object

By Michael Feldstein / May 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Group discussion in online statistics courses

By Michelle Everson / April 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Five questions...for Shigeru Miyagawi

By Lisa Neal / April 1, 2006

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TYPE: INTERVIEW

The missing link

By Faezeh Seyedarbi / April 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Who Would Want to Cheat in an Online Course? Ask Dilbert

By Lisa Neal / March 6, 2006

Even in targeted education, there will always be violators for whom intrinsic motivation and the joy of learning are not enough: Some will always want the good grade without putting in the time and effort. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

Five Questions...for Christopher Dede

By Lisa Neal / March 1, 2006

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TYPE: INTERVIEW

Who Needs College? We'll Sell You a Diploma!

By Lisa Neal / January 12, 2006

Email spam might be a blessing in disguise. If academic institutions want to communicate more effectively the should think of how to stand apart from the spammers. A simple line about accreditation is a good start; anything that puts distance between legitimate offerings and dreaded diploma-mill spam is probably a good idea. » [Full Article]
TYPE: OPINION

Unbolting the chairs

By Michael Feldstein, Patrick Masson / January 1, 2006

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A call to arms

By Michael Feldstein / January 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION

Predictions for 2006

By Lisa Neal / January 1, 2006

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TYPE: OPINION