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March 30, 2008

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Kate Vannoy

To post such a wonderful list of resources- you must have a passion for contributing to the profession. Therefore I am confident (and simultaneously ask that) you will allow this shameless plea for research participants to be added to this blog:
______________________

Instructional designer- you are needed!

If you are an instructional designer who has used a Course Management System, your expertise is needed. I am gathering data about such experiences. Please help!

-It should take less than 30 minutes-

The link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=maWnVjNNcF_2bLMj7t1C2odg_3d_3d

The results will be shared in early spring.

Thank you for your time,
Kate Vannoy

Jason

Thanks for the excellent info.

michele

excellent article for my purposes. I will soon use it for my researches about activity in learning...
thanks

swaps

An absolute favorite of mine for instructional theories + strategies
http://ide.ed.psu.edu/idde/theories.htm

Matthew

Two good resources for Mobile Learning (m-learning) design info are:

http://www.MLearnopedia.com
&
http://www.mlearningworld.com

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