TOWARDS A NEW LEARNING ETHICS

7/18/99


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TOWARDS A NEW LEARNING ETHICS

Previous session: Two related perspectives

What is it that ultimately drives us to do what we do?

Key words

Value (according to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary)

Ethics (according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica)

Aesthetics (according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica)

Values and the reconceptualization of learning - the link with LWF and LDI

Do we have answers?

My background in this area

The value of asking questions

What does it mean to be learning in the 21st century?

The institutional context

Is there a role for distance education and open learning?

The overall picture: what it mostly looks like

The overall picture and how it could change

The meaning of culture

The societal meaning of a culture of learning

Distance education and the evolution of a culture of learning

Learning of values

Our own professional ethics

References

Use of these slides

Author: Jan Visser

Email: jvisser@learndev.org

Home Page: http://www.learndev.org

Other information:
Second of two presentations given at the "Tercer Simposio Internacional de Educacion a Distancia," held May 19-21, 1999 at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Centro Universidad Abierta, Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia.

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