Ethics : The Journal Of Open And Distance Learning

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Anderson, B., & Simpson, M. (2007). Ethical Issues in Online Education. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 22(2), 129-138. Anderson’s provides insight to process improvement and design from an administrative and technology approach. It looks at complexity in an online environment that impacts physical and linguistic boundaries. The article focuses on process improvement and design from an administrative and technology approach. It looks at complexity in an online environment that impacts physical and linguistic boundaries. The distance program should develop course design with good ethical guidelines working with faculty and students Argyris, Chris and Donald Schön (1975). Theory In Practice: Increasing Professional Effectiveness. San Francisco: JosseyBass. Argyris, C., & Schön, D. (1978) Organizational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective, Reading, Mass: Addison Wesley. The focus of much of Chris Argyris’ intervention research has been to explore how organizations may increase their capacity for double-loop learning. In Action Science he describes two simultaneous mental models that make it difficult to create change in an organization. The first is our Espoused Theory. Our Espoused Theory describes the model we say we use to describe how we act (or how we would like others to think we act). Our Theory in Use is one we actually use to make decisions. Argyris describes a much more productive type of organization that he calls Model II. In a
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