Some of these rights include:
- The right to access these courses, regardless of race, economic status, physical disabilities, etc.
- The right to privacy, including being informed about how personal data might be used by the online course provider.
- The right to create public knowledge.
- The right to one's own intellectual property.
- The right to financial transparency, including, knowing how their participation supports the financial health of the online system in which they are participating.
- The right to quality and care.
- The right to pedagogical transparecy
- The right to have great teachers.
Read more about the Bill of Rights for Online Learners at the Cronicle of Higher Education website
or View the text of Bill of Rights for Online Learners.