Understanding Ethical Frameworks for E-Learning Decision-Making

Ethical action and decision-making has always undergirded higher education practice. "Distance educators are not any different than anyone else," says Nancy Matchett, director of the Institute of Professional Ethics at the University of Northern Colorado, pointing out that the ethical decisions facing those involved with distance learning are not that dissimilar from those facing everyone in higher education.

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