Ethics in E-Learning Refers to the Principles and Standards that Govern Moral Behavior and Decision-Making in the Context of Online Education

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  • Amir Ali Khan Ms Scholar Department of Computer Science the Sarhad University Peshawar
  • Muhammad Saeed Khattak Ms Scholar Department of Computer Science the Sarhad National University

Abstract

Policies governing online learning need to strike a balance between the various expectations of participants and take into account how users interpret ethical behavior in the context of online learning. Students who are enrolled in online classes are expected to behave in a manner that is respectful, tolerant, and kind toward one another, just as they would in a conventional classroom situation. They are obligated to comply with the set standards. Beginning with a thorough assessment of the relevant literature, the purpose of this research is to investigate the perspectives of both teachers and students about ethical behavior and interaction in distance education programs that target students in their third to fourth year of attendance. The study methodology that was utilized was a case-based approach. The survey will concentrate on three important aspects: the diversity of learners, the conduct of online users, and the statutes that govern the online world. In the following step, the analysis of the results is followed by an explanation and discussion of the perspectives held by both the teachers and the students. Remote education, ethics, e-learning, and ethics in e-learning are some of the  distance education.

Keywords- Ethics in E-Learning, Principles and Standards, Govern Moral Behavior and Decision-Making, Online Education

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2023-12-31

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Amir Ali Khan, & Muhammad Saeed Khattak. (2023). Ethics in E-Learning Refers to the Principles and Standards that Govern Moral Behavior and Decision-Making in the Context of Online Education. Spectrum of Engineering Sciences, 1(2), 1–13. Retrieved from http://thecjlr.online/index.php/1/article/view/7

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