My research has centered on the use of technology to foster the most effective learning possible by minimizing or eliminating "extraneous cognitive load." That's a fancy term for getting rid of actions, steps, navigation, and other hassles that are not learning but can often be a disruptive and unproductive part of the way courses are conducted. For this reason (and others, including cost minimization) I develop open web sites for courses I teach (which means you can get to them without logging into anything), I publish my course lectures on YouTube and make them public, and I publish my course materials via a workbook publisher so anyone can get them anytime, in a very inexpensive form. The real benefit of each student having the course materials in this form is that nothing is hidden from the student, it's all out in the open. In fact, the first chapter of each course workbook is available for free download at the course web site! Among other things this makes it possible for any potentially interested student to fully explore what a course is about before enrolling. It also means that no one is delayed starting a course due to something truly unfortunate, such as the book store being sold out of a book!
The other pages in this web site provide general advice that applies in some courses I teach. I update this web site from time to time to keep it current. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call me at (872) 205-0642.