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    Session – Philosophy of Education Emerging Pedagogies, Enabling Technologies.Isabelle Sabau - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 37:251-258.
    The exponential growth of digital and communication technologies coupled with the rising need for continuing education have resulted in a proliferation of distance learning opportunities on a global scale. The most common and preferred option for the delivery of flexible education is online learning which relies oncomputers and the Internet to enable collaboration, participation and instruction. This new modality of learning requires novel pedagogical approaches and the seamless and transparent integration of technology. This paper proposes to discuss the emerging pedagogical (...)
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    Teaching Philosophy Online.Isabelle Sabau - 2006 - The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 4:123-128.
    Philosophical inquiry and thinking skills are of paramount necessity in our troubled and rapidly changing world. Technological advances provide new methods for teaching philosophy, especially through the computer interface of online education. Online courses can open new opportunities and achieve the same quality of education as more traditional practices. In order to ensure success and quality, online pedagogies require great attention to discussion and collaboration. This paper explores some important elements in developing successful online philosophy courses.
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    The Sacred in the Visual Arts.Isabelle Sabau - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 1:239-246.
    The earliest preoccupations of human beings show close interconnections and parallel developments between the world of the sacred and the world of art. The sacred has been the important aspect of human life since the dawn of humanity, often seen as awesome and extraordinary, to be feared and revered at the sametime, while the evolution of artistic expression can be traced to its beginning in the spiritual world of the sacred. This paper proposes to discuss some of the prevailing theories (...)
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    The Impact of Technology on Humanism and Morality.Isabelle Sabau - 2015 - Dialogue and Universalism 25 (2):164-174.
    Advances in commercialism, materialism, and especially the exponential growth of telecommunication and social media, have dramatically altered the way human beings relate to one another and their environment. New means for providing access to education have arisen including online courses and programs thereby enhancing opportunities for participation in educational offerings and collaborative exchanges across the globe. This paper proposes to examine the online learning and its connection to the ultimate principle governing the values—integrity.
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