Richard Culatta reminds us that good learning is inherently a social activity. Content is learned through interactions with other people about the content. When designing a course it is critical to provide these interactions. Micheal More in 1989 identified three interactions required in a course; learner/learner; learner/expert and learner/content. Making conscious design decisions to include tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Wikis and Blogs will avoid the pitfalls of your course being a mere data dump. Richard refers to this as the traditional “nexter” computer based training where the learner clicks next, next, next and ends with a little quiz. This does not constitute learning.