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The ethical and social implications of personalization technologies for e-learning

Helen Ashman, Tim Brailsford, Alexandra I. Cristea, Quan Z. Sheng, Craig Stewart, Elaine G. Toms, Vincent Wade
2014 Information & Management  
2014) 'The ethical and social implications of personalization technologies for e-learning.', Information management., 51 (6). pp. 819-832.  ...  The ethical and social hazards include privacy compromise, loss of serendipity, de-skilling, widening commercial influence, and the commodification of education.  ...  The ethical and social implications of personalisation for e-learning Privacy, security and ownership of personal data Privacy is one of the most obvious of the problems arising from personalisation  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:fbjehkmxxbdu5bccdujmajpq5u

The Evolution of E-learning Management Systems

Nuno Sotero Alves da Silva, Gonçalo Jorge Morais da Costa, Mary Prior, Simon Rogerson
2011 International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education  
The paper discusses the implications of the concept of e-learning -and its ethical dilemma -human-centred learning and its dimensions, and evolution of e-learning management systems, to provide an evidence  ...  To achieve responsible use of technology for learning, participants need a considerable degree of education concerning social and ethical norms (Stahl, 2002a) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcee.2011070102 fatcat:qulifijrmjhpzp4uvj2bvpmjrq

Body Worn Cameras: A Bibliography and Sources [article]

Alexander Hayes
2017 Figshare  
This paper describes the database of literature collected and then collated for a PhD thesis title 'The Socio-ethical Implications of Body-Worn Video Recorders: An Ethnographic Study'.  ...  The purpose of this short data paper is to provide the reader with an understanding of the process by which the collection followed by collation of literature sources, codification of those resources,  ...  Miscellaneous The Impact of Technology on Curriculum and Pedagogy Williamson ML, Perkins G 2009 Miscellaneous e-Portfolios -the DNA of the Personal Learning Environment?  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5625187 fatcat:fmxbcc35nnbodatwn4otkh72ey

Coding Data As A Self Organising System

Alexander Hayes
2017 Figshare  
This paper describes the database of literature collected and then collated for the thesis, The Socio-ethical Implications of Body-Worn Video Recorders: An Ethnographic Study.  ...  The purpose of this short data paper is to provide the reader with an understanding of the process by which the collection followed by collation of literature sources, codification of those resources,  ...  Ethics for the 21st Century BBVA 2013 Book Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies: Emerging Technologies Michael M.G. 2013 Book Information  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5625187.v1 fatcat:oddx6yrhvbfjbbp3pwokhzqkxy

An Analysis of Theories Related to Experiential Learning for Practical Ethics in Science and Technology

Suma Parahakaran
2017 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
This paper will focus on the theoretical aspects of the conceptions of learning, cultural implications of learning, how different types of knowledge contributes to learning and analyses why such knowledge  ...  This paper analyses theories of experiential learning which will contribute to implementation of Ethical behaviors in science and technology towards citizenship learning.  ...  information; (c) a duty; (d) personal change; (e) a process not bound by time or place; and (f) social competence" (p.27).  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2017.050614 fatcat:yey72dqlubba5cil7wey6phfqu

The potential of social media and nursing education: E-professionalism, nurse educator–learner role, benefits and risks

Burcin Isik, Samar Thabet Jallad
2019 New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Advances Pure and Applied Sciences  
In the 21st century, continuous and evolving complex treatment needs required health professionals to be educated about using social media for their ethical and legal responsibilities that are more influenced  ...  Hence, nurse educators and learners must be aware of e-professionalism when using social media, and how to separate their personal and professional life to communicate with peers, patients, family and  ...  On the other hand, e-professionalism concept is used to define the legal and ethical implications of using social media by health professionals.  ... 
doi:10.18844/gjpaas.v0i11.4310 fatcat:vmxjd7gk4vd53jar2fgpstreqy

E‐book devices and m‐commerce: what might be the impact on organizational learning?

Vanessa Ratten
2010 Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal  
Practical implications -Organizations need to keep up to date with new technology and e-books provide a unique way for organizations to learn about market developments and encourage information sharing  ...  Purpose -The aim of this paper is to explore how e-book devices and m-commerce affect organizational learning.  ...  Learning; Ethics; Electronic commerce; Technology led strategy; Learning organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14777281011084685 fatcat:5srmnr27vrfgnk67td4mytqgue

Editorial 32(5): A question of ethics

Eva Heinrich, Michael Henderson, Chwee Beng Lee
2016 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
The rapid change of technologies and the social and pedagogical practices that surround them mean that institutional procedures and the published field are often lagging behind.  ...  The field of learning analytics is grappling with the issues of ethics on a variety of dimensions, ranging from privacy and consent to the responsibilities around reporting.  ...  Acknowledgements As always, we thank the wonderful team of associate editors who facilitate the reviews and author revisions.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.3478 fatcat:yfi4zljdcrbmlh2wrfibfws7ga

Beyond Social Presence: Facelessness and the Ethics of Asynchronous Online Education

Ellen Rose
2017 McGill Journal of Education  
In this position paper, I argue that a focus on achieving and increasing social presence in online courses tends to derail a consideration of the ethical implications and dimensions of the essential facelessness  ...  Learning management systems (LMSs), which are digital platforms for the delivery of online instruction, extend the bodies of teachers and learners into hyperspacial learning environments; at the same time  ...  the social significance of the person represented by such a visage.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1040802ar fatcat:dpyik3dcizaeplk7nd364wrshq

Ethics and Integrity in Social Media

Nor Zaina Zaharah Mohamad Ariff, Norliya Ahmad Kassim, Mohd Shamsul Mohd Shoid, Kasmarini Baharuddin
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
Here, the issue of ethics and integrity in the use of social media are emphasized to show people that the misuse of the technology can happen unnoticed or unplanned.  ...  It mentions the societies as the startingpoint for addressing major challenges and issues, reviews literature on social media trends and research, draws on examples of influences and also personal competencies  ...  The technology of social media through the medium of websites made a huge impact in supporting the teaching and learning process.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i5/9775 fatcat:ltdfuh45urdhnpq34j6ide3l7u

Book review - Web 2.0-based e-learning: Applying social informatics for tertiary teaching

Juan Leon
2011 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
This timely collection of articles will help teachers in higher education explore the implications and applications of social software tools for web-enabled courses and programs.  ...  The collection is particularly valuable for its broad scope, including chapters ranging from podcasting to the design of personal learning environments, and for its success in complementing theoretical  ...  Web 2.0's potential for Book Review -Web 2.0-Based E-Learning: Applying Social Informatics for Tertiary Teaching Leon in a world transformed by social technologies.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v12i6.1130 doaj:9d990e0e5edd4135a937a82da486f7b2 fatcat:kyp4s3mv5vfbfogn37ixnyn4bm

Social Presence and Educational Technologies in an Online Distance Course in Finnish Higher Education – A Social Constructivist Perspective

Irène Charbonneau
2020 EDEN Conference Proceedings  
Thereby, it critically examines the impetus to create more social presence through visual cues and personal information, by highlighting some of the ethical implications.  ...  This paper analyses the interplay of social presence and educational technology, from a social constructivist perspective, to question the current determinism prevailing in the literature.  ...  Social Presence and Educational Technologies in an Online Distance Course in Finnish Higher Education -A Social Constructivist Perspective European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) Proceedings 438  ... 
doi:10.38069/edenconf-2020-rw-0048 fatcat:z2wryqyl4nhjzi2qjk2r2yuhim

Preservice Science Teachers Beliefs about Science - Technology and their Implication in Society

Elif Bakar, Senol Bal, Hakan Akcay
2006 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
The purpose of the study was to discern the beliefs of pre-service science teachers (PST) concerning science technology and their implications in society. A quasi-experimental design was used.  ...  of scientific process, student ability to apply scientific concepts related to science and technology, more positive student attitudes, and demonstration of more and better creativity skills.  ...  and technology for solving social problems.  ... 
doi:10.12973/ejmste/75462 fatcat:sg2n5655lrgq5a66elx5ikrwfu

Building plurality and unity for various religions in the digital era: Establishing Islamic values for Indonesian students

Syarif Syarif
2020 Journal of Social Studies Education Research  
With the busy schedules of the individuals involved, the roles of family and the community in molding personalities is declining.  ...  With the all-encompassing pace of development in communication and information technology, the planet is constantly changing over time, yet the gap between the rich and the poor is widening.  ...  The remainder of this study addresses the role of ethics in culture, the value of ethics and education in the Islamic context, sustainable development and ethics, and e-learning with ethical concerns.  ... 
doaj:e5bcb4b4517948a3880416ab9fd65597 fatcat:fzfxkirrcrgzlovnbvwiqkjyvi

Humanity in Digital Age: Cognitive, Social, Emotional, and Ethical Implications

Junko Yamamoto, Simeon Ananou
2015 Contemporary Educational Technology  
In this article the authors frame human nature in terms of four dimensions: cognition, social interaction, emotion, and ethics.  ...  As a powerful factor, we need to use technology in a way that human cognition, social interaction, emotion, and ethics are supported and not seriously disturbed by digital devices.  ...  Ethical implications In theory, education in the digital age can bring about a higher level of accessibility to information and education for people with geographic and social limitations.  ... 
doi:10.30935/cedtech/6136 fatcat:wjxvtbaot5eqrgqawgxrwmcq2u
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