I just had two new articles published in e-Learn Magazine. The first one, A Call to Arms, is an opinion piece arguing that we urgently need more direct faculty-technologist collaboration in LMS design if we are to make any kind of reasonable progress. The second one, which I co-authored with my colleague Patrick Masson, is an attempt to lead by example. In Unbolting the Chairs: Making Learning Management Systems More Flexible, we pair up as a teacher and a technologist to argue for changes in LMS design that would facilitate better support of the long tail of learning applications.
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