Call for participation: Getting the real stories of LMS evaluations?

The following is a call for participation from folk interesting in writing a paper or two that will tell some real stories arising from LMS evaluations. Alternatively, if you are aware of some existing research or publications along these lines, please let me know. LMSs and their evaluation I think it’s safe to say that

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How do you measure success with institutional use of an LMS/VLE?

My PhD is essentially arguing that most institutional approaches to e-learning within higher education (i.e. the adoption and long term use of an LMS) has some significant flaws. The thesis will/does describe one attempt to formulate an approach that is better. (Aside: I will not claim that the approach is the best, in fact I’ll

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Measuring the design process – implications for learning design, e-learning and university teaching

I came across the discussion underpinning these thoughts via a post by Scott Stevenson. His post was titled “Measuring the design process”. It is his take on a post titled “Goodbye Google” by Doug Bowman. Bowman was the “Visual Design Lead” at Google and has recently moved to Twitter as Creative Director. My take of

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