Ninth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communication and Information Technology CCIT - 2019
Author(s) : MUHANNAD AL-SHBOUL
Effective teaching-learning participation in e-Learning necessitates both students and instructors to strike a balance of respect and tolerance with one another. In this perspective, participation in e-Learning does not differ much from participation in a conventional face-to-face classroom. In fact, the former requires a broader set of rules and policies to establish proper ethical conduct to avoid, if not resolve, actions that may be deemed inappropriate in e-Learning. In light of this awareness, this paper explores the actions of ethical conduct of e-Learners and e-Instructors in Blended Learning Approach, an e-Learning platform/portal at The University of Jordan. Discussion is further explored with some thoughts on current and future challenges facing the ethical perspectives of e-Learning within the Jordanian context.