Conceptions of teaching with integrity online in higher education: a case in the field of engineering
Palmer, Stuart, White, Richard and Holt, Dale 2007, Conceptions of teaching with integrity online in higher education: a case in the field of engineering, in Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2007 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Charlottesville, Va., pp. 2603-2612.
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The viewpoints of academic teaching staff take centre stage in the analysis of the changing conceptions of what it means to act with integrity when teaching online. To teach with integrity in contemporary online-supported environments in higher education is not necessarily to teach the same as if one would in teaching regularly face-to-face in the classroom. The paper argues that to teach with integrity online is to teach differently. With integrity both enhanced and in some respects diminished in teaching online, the apparent contradiction can only be resolved through developing conceptions of what teaching with integrity means in the contemporary world of higher education. Implications are drawn in the context of teaching extended and wholly online units in the field of engineering.
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