The Evolution of E-learning Management Systems: An Ethical Approach

  title={The Evolution of E-learning Management Systems: An Ethical Approach},
  author={Nuno Sotero Alves da Silva and Gonçalo Jorge Morais da Costa and Maria E Prior and Simon Rogerson},
  journal={Int. J. Cyber Ethics Educ.},
The development of educational technologies is enhancing a distinctive feature of learning environments: the learner's personalized environment. However, the current literature in e-learning seems to neglect an important discussion: will individuals learners and lecturers and organizations face an enhancement concerning ethical dilemmas due to this evolution? To promote this discussion, this paper builds on a consideration of e-learning definition and its ethical dilemmas, and human-centred… 

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