Conceptualising ethical issues for social, mobile teaching and learning

Jocelyn Wishart

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This paper presents a framework for conceptualising potential ethical concerns intended to prepare teachers who are considering employing mobile technologies and social media to support their work with students. The framework has been developed through a series of discussions within the educational research community at events focusing on mobile learning. Supporting teachers with planning for potential ethical infringements is viewed as important for social, mobile learning as handheld, mobile devices are currently seen as likely to be disruptive and their use in class is, too often, simply banned in many schools, states or even whole countries.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 17 Sep 2014
EventEC-TEL - Graz, Austria
Duration: 17 Sep 2014 → …


Period17/09/14 → …


  • ethics
  • mobile learning

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