Sankey, Michael D. and St Hill, Rod (2008) The ethics of designing for multimodality: empowering non traditional learners. In: Demiray, Ugur and Sharma, Ramesh C., (eds.) Ethical practices and implications in distance learning. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, PA. USA, pp. 126-154. ISBN 978-1-59904-867-3
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In ‘The Ethics Of Designing For Multimodality: Empowering Non Traditional Learners’, Michael Sankey and Rod St Hill, investigate the changing nature of distance education in the context of higher education. The authors, drawing from four case studies suggest the a two phased ethical approach to develop courses, which highlight integration of multimodal learning/teaching strategies and availability of opportunity for the students to discover their preferred approach to learning. ‘Massification’ and delivering technology enhanced courses to an increasingly diverse student body were discussed after being viewed as Questions in relation to the ethics of quantity reach.
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