All of these were editorially and peer reviewed by organizations prior to publication.
Johnson, L. (forthcoming, 2016). Geragogy. In S. Danver (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of Online Learning. SAGE Publishing.
Johnson, L. (2016). The evolution of faculty and expertise in higher education. Distance Learning Administration, 2016 Conference Proceedings.
Johnson, L. & Sims, R. (2013). A case of wikis and contradictions: Activity systems, classroom community, and instructional design for collaborative online learning [PDF file]. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 3(1), 19-31. Retrieved from http://www.jaidpub.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Johnson-Sims-MAY2013.pdf
Johnson, L. (2013). Cutting edge degree programs [PDF file]. Ashford Connections, 7, 14-15. Available from http://wpc.6fdc.edgecastcdn.net/006FDC/AU/PDF/Connections-issue-07.pdf
Bedard-Voorhees, A., Johnson, L., & Dobson, P. (2011). Letting them show what they know: Digital assessment strategies. In S. Hirtz and K. Kelly (Eds.) Education for a Digital World 2.0. British Columbia: Province of British Columbia.
Johnson, L. (2011). Inherent contradictions: Wikis, activity systems, classroom community, and instructional designs for online learning (Capella University, Ph.D., 2010). DAI, 71 (11), 3933A. (Accession No. AAI3423815).
Johnson, L. & Sims, R. (2011). Wikis, activity systems, classroom community and instructional designs for online learning [Featured Research Paper]. AECT International Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
Some of these were editorially or peer reviewed by organizations prior to publication or drafted within courses as materials (e.g., discussion responses) and adapted later for blog distribution.
Johnson, L. (2106). Ironic influences: On the proliferation of personalized learning initiatives [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2016/07/01/ironic-influences-on-the-proliferation-of-personalized-learning-initiatives/
Johnson, L. (2015). Designing activities using the revised cognitive taxonomy [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/26/designing-activities-using-the-revised-cognitive-taxonomy/
Johnson, L. (2015). Methods and models for evaluating instructional experiences [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/26/methods-and-models-for-evaluating-instructional-experiences/
Johnson, L. (2015). ID model resources – An overview [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/26/idmodelresources-anoverview/
Johnson, L. (2015). Writing effective learning objectives [Blog post]. . Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/20/writing-effective-learning-objectives/
Johnson, L. (2015). Learning theory resources [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/18/learning-theory-resources/
Johnson, L. (2015). Facilitating online learning [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/15/facilitating-online-learning/
Johnson, L. (2015). Copyright considerations and resources for instructional designers [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/15/copyright-considerations-and-resources-for-instructional-designers/
Johnson, L. (2014). Why to use discussions as a learning technology [Blog post].Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2014/10/30/use-discussion
Johnson, L. (2014). Why “due” dates need not be “do” dates for online class discussions [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://reflectivelearning.net/2014/11/18/commentary-due-dates-need-dates-online-class-discussions/
Johnson, L. (2012). Philosophy of teaching Twitter challenge [Blog post]. Online Blogucation. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=1079
Johnson, L. (2011). Whom will the data serve? Thoughts on usefulness and portals for education [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=1000
Johnson, L. (2011). Being open – Open content and information literacy [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=910