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Want better courses?
just add usability...

By Lisa Neal, Michael Feldstein / August 2006

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ADDITIONAL READING

    Michael Feldstein
  1. Do you really need reusability?
  2. How to design recyclable learning objects
  3. Ill-served
  4. What's important in a learning content management system
  5. Disaster and opportunity
  6. 'E-Moderating' by Gilly Salmon and 'In Good Company The Secrets to Successful Learning Communities' by Don Cohen and Laurence Prusak
  7. In defense of online learning (and veggie burgers)
  8. Back to the future: what's next after learning objects
  9. What is usable e-learning?
  10. Ignore usability at your peril
  11. Don't Just Teach to the Metrics
  12. E-learning basics: essay: developing your e-learning for your learners
  13. Desperately seeking software simulations
  14. When Weblogs Can Be Harmful
  15. Informational cascades in online learning
  16. Unbolting the chairs
  17. A call to arms
  18. There's no such thing as a learning object
  19. Designing usable, self-paced e-learning courses
  20. The digital promise
  21. Just "DO IT"
  22. Lisa Neal
  23. How to get students to show up and learn
  24. Q&A
  25. Blended conferences
  26. Predictions for 2002
  27. Learning from e-learning
  28. Storytelling at a distance
  29. Q&A with Don Norman
  30. Talk to me
  31. Q&A with Diana Laurillard
  32. Do it yourself
  33. Degrees by mail
  34. Predictions for 2004
  35. Predictions For 2003
  36. My life as a Wikipedian
  37. Five questions...for Elliott Masie
  38. The stripper and the bogus online degree
  39. Five questions...for Lynn Johnston
  40. Five questions...for Tom Carey
  41. Not all the world's a stage
  42. Five questions...for Karl M. Kapp
  43. Five questions...for Larry Prusack
  44. Five questions...for Seb Schmoller
  45. Do distance and location matter in e-learning?
  46. Why do our K-12 schools remain technology-free?
  47. Music lessons
  48. Learn to apologize for fun and profit
  49. Of web hits and Britney Spears
  50. Advertising or education?
  51. Five questions…for Matt DuPlessie
  52. Back to the future
  53. Serious games for serious topics
  54. Five (or six) questions...for Irene McAra-McWilliam
  55. Learner on the Orient Express
  56. "Spot Learning"
  57. Q&A with Saul Carliner
  58. When will e-learning reach a tipping point?
  59. Online learning and fun
  60. In search of simplicity
  61. eLearning and fun
  62. Everything in moderation
  63. The basics of e-learning
  64. Is it live or is it Memorex?
  65. The Value of Voice
  66. Predictions for 2006
  67. Five Questions...for Christopher Dede
  68. Five Questions... for John Seely Brown
  69. Five questions...for Shigeru Miyagawi
  70. "Deep" thoughts
  71. 5 questions... for Richard E. Mayer
  72. Designing usable, self-paced e-learning courses
  73. Just "DO IT"
  74. Five questions...
  75. Formative evaluation
  76. Senior service
  77. Blogging to learn and learning to blog