Susan Smith Nash

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Recent Posts

Post-Postmodernism: Technocratic Cultures?
Mini-Lectures Using Learning Objects: Bosch's The Haywain (1516)
Cognitive Apprenticeship / Situated Learning in Life and Work Settings
Interview with Braulio Perdigao, Petrolessons: Innovators in E-Learning Series
Text Representation and Cognitive Processes: How the Mind Makes Meaning in e-Learning
How the Mind Makes Meaning in E-Learning, Part I
Innovative Math Mashups for Education, Commerce, and Social Networking
E-Learning Queen
Learning Object Production and Implementation: UT Telecampus
The Best Way to Learn in an Online Course
The Problem with Learning Objects in Courses for the Military
A Proposal to Cut Costs and Increase Efficiency in Online Programs
Communities of Practice: The Role of Classification Schemes and Taxonomies
Podcast Theory Gap
Right Ways and Wrong Ways of Podcasting in Education
Who's Responsible for Rising Textbook Prices?
Distributed Leadership in the E-Learning Organization
Upward Mobility in the Distance Institution: Factors Influencing Prestige and Status in Online Programs
Perhaps Our Kids Really Are Smarter Than We Were: Technology and E-Learning
Apocalypse in Academia, or Brave New Mega-College
Interview with Vikram Savkar, Nature Education: Innovators in E-Learning Series
Fringe Journal
Interview with Ann Boland, Hot Lava
Professional Development and Corporate Training: The Webinar Weakness
Interview with Dr. Stuart Johnstone
Top 12 Technologies Innovations by 2025
Web 3.0, Web 4.0 and Personal Agents: Will They Open or Restrict Choice?
Viral Antimarketing in Politically Conservative Talk Radio
Interview with Tolga Ozdemir, E-Learning Instructional Designer, Turkey
Mobile Learning: Is It Doing What It's Supposed To?
Interview with Caroline J. Smith, George Washington University: Innovators in Education Series
Interview with Paige Johnson, Project RED
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