Levinas and the Inter-Face: The Ethical Challenge of Online Education

@article{Zembylas2005LevinasAT,
  title={Levinas and the Inter-Face: The Ethical Challenge of Online Education},
  author={Michalinos Zembylas and Charalambos Vrasidas},
  journal={Educational Theory},
  year={2005},
  volume={55},
  pages={61-78}
}
The capacity of online education to produce learning environments that are supportive of hybrid identities, complex discourses, and multiple relations among learners raises questions about the ethical response of online educators. To investigate the ethics of online education, we discuss two questions: How are identity and communication constituted in online education? What are the features of an ethical pedagogy in online education? Such questions help us think in alternative ways about the… Expand
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