An Ethics Checklist for Distance Ed Programs

Melody Thompson, an associate professor of education at Penn State, believes that in order to fully seize the opportunities of distance education, educators and administrators must work within an ethical framework. "There are factors that need to be covered to really be opportunities and for us to surmount the barriers that separate us from the opportunities," she says. "And one of those challenges is having an ethical approach to what we do."

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