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Mobile, Ubiquitous and Immersive Technology Enhanced Learning: an Ethical Perspective✎
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Lally, V., et al. (n.d.) (2010), Mobile, Ubiquitous and Immersive Technology Enhanced Learning: an Ethical Perspective.
The principal aims of this document are to:
- propose ethical dimensions of researching the mobile, ubiquitous and immersive aspects of TEL [technology-enhanced learning], in the wider context of the digital economy;
- examine the recent literature on the ethical dimensions of TEL research, with a view to identifying key trends, ethical dilemmas, and issues for researchers;
- investigating MUITEL [mobile, Ubiquitous, and immersive Technology Enhanced Learning] in informal educational settings;
- make recommendations about the management of the ethical dimensions of MUITEL research in informal settings, for further debate among the TEL research and practitioner communities.
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