Her suggestions are commonsensical and to the point. I love her comment about doing away with poorly designed LMS:
Get Rid of Bad LMS Design. Perhaps the quickest way to a sweatshop is to use a horrible learning management system that does not archive in any sort of effective way, does not integrate with online support services (the Oracle database, or whatever is being used), does not allow group uploading of files, and requires absurd levels of clicking between screens.
And I agree, that it is all too easy to nag about the problem - it IS about time we got in and did something about it!