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Title: Knowledge Authoring in E-learning: An Ethicultural Diagnosis
Authors: Silva, Nuno Sotero Alves da
Costa, Gonçalo Jorge Morais da
Rogerson, Simon
Prior, Mary
Stahl, Bernd Carsten
Keywords: Knowledge
knowledge authoring
ethical issues
cultural issues
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: WSEAS
Citation: . Silva, Nuno et al. (2010). Knowledge authoring in e-learning: An ethicultural diagnosis. In P. Dondon and O. Martin (Eds.), 7th WSEAS International Conference on Engineering Education (pp. 48-53). Athens: WSEAS.
Abstract: The intent of this manuscript is to emphasize if distributed knowledge creation within higher education encompasses an ethical and cultural sensitivity. This research problem resumes the ethical and social dilemmas that e-learning evolution imposes to knowledge “creators”. For that, under enquiry will be empirical examples through Silva’s framework, namely the knowledge/content management layer. Therefore, this contribution is divided into five sections: theoretical assumptions; knowledge dimensions (political, economical, social/cultural and digital); knowledge development cycle; knowledge authoring in e-learning; and discussion (ethicultural: the meaning, framework design and practical examples).
Peer Reviewed: yes
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