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Broader View of the Shopping Example

October 1, 2009 1 comment

Ok, that last post is a perfect example of an idea that wasn’t as well thought out as it could have been. So this is attempt #2 at making my point.

The following series of images is an example of what Amazon would look like as a typical online course in higher education.

Amazon’s Main Page:

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I’m looking for a book so I click the Book link and get this:

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I want an actual book so I click the link and get this:

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I want a book on Arts & Photography so I click the link and get this:

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I want a book on Architecture (in Arts & Photography) so I click the link and get this:

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I want to see more about the book titled “Understanding Exposure” so I click the link and get this:

Amazon_eLearning6After falling down the rabbit hole, I finally get the information I’m looking for but it turns out to be boring and dull (completely non-engaging) but full of the facts I may actually be looking for.

So now, I pose the question again, would you shop here?

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Would You Shop Here?

October 1, 2009 2 comments

Amazon as a typical online course in Higher Education:

Amazon_eLearning

So tell me, would you shop here?

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