Open to People - Open with People: Ethical Issues in Open Learning

Simpson, Ormond (2008). Open to People - Open with People: Ethical Issues in Open Learning. In: Demiray, Ugur and Sharma, Ramesh, C. eds. Ethical Practices and Implications in Distance Learning. New York, USA: Information Science Reference, pp. 199–215.

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In the chapter ‘Open to people – open with people: Ethical issues in open learning’, Ormond Simpson attributing multi-culturalism as the causative factor to study ethical dimensions in higher education in the UK, Stressing the need to review ethical issues in the light of recent developments like the increasing use of e-learning - Osmond laying emphasis for the need for formulation of models by Practitioners to judge ethical issues in distance and open learning instead of adapting from the medical fields, pose as a challenge that the Research, theory and practice should be focused to have optimum ethics in the field of distance education.

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