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Title:Student Privacy in the Datafied Classroom: Privacy Practices in an Interconnected World
Author(s):VanScoy, Amy; Jones, Kyle M.L.; Harding, Alison
Subject(s):Education
Privacy
Student privacy
Instructional practices
Learning analytics
Abstract:In an interconnected world, student privacy concerns take on increasingly higher stakes. To address the imminent concerns of student privacy, this work-in-progress study investigates faculty perspectives of student privacy and their practices in relation to emerging learning analytics tools and initiatives. The project is motivated by the team’s previous research (Jones & VanScoy, 2019) that analyzed more than 8,000 library and information science syllabi and found that there is a need to better understand how faculty perceive student privacy issues and strategize to address them in practice. The current project consists of three phases; during the first phase, , the research team is conducting a survey with faculty from diverse disciplinary backgrounds who have online and face-to-face instructional experience. For the second phase, the team will use phase-one data to pursue interviews with faculty members who participate in the survey. In the third and final phase, the team will aggregate key findings from the research phases and the extant literature to facilitate discussions between faculty and librarians. Results from the phase one survey will be available to present on the poster. Focusing on instructors’ attitudes toward personal privacy and student privacy, their knowledge of privacy policies and learning analytics, and their instructional practices, the findings will deepen our understanding of student privacy in the interconnected educational environment. Jones, K. M., & VanScoy, A. (2019). The syllabus as a student privacy document in an age of learning analytics. Journal of Documentation, 75(6), 1333-1355.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Information Privacy
Information Rights
Data Management
Data Science
Information
Genre:Conference Poster
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108750
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09


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