Table of contents - Special Issue: The Datafication of Student Life in Higher Education: Privacy Problems and Paths Forward
Guest Editors: Kyle Jones
Platforms, perceptions, and privacy: ethical implications of student conflation of educational technologiesSpencer P. Greenhalgh, Daniela K. DiGiacomo, Sarah Barriage
The purpose of this paper is to examine how higher education students think about educational technologies they have previously used – and the implications of this understanding…
This study aims to report on an automatic deidentification system for labeling and obfuscating personally identifiable information (PII) in student-generated text.
Building on past studies of library privacy policies, this review looks at how privacy information is shared at universities and colleges in the state of Florida. Beyond the…
The purpose of this paper is to explore and establish the contours of trust in learning analytics and to establish steps that institutions might take to address the “trust…
This paper aims to address research gaps around third party data flows in education by investigating governance practices in higher education with respect to learning management…
Predictive algorithms and racial bias: a qualitative descriptive study on the perceptions of algorithm accuracy in higher educationStacey Lynn von Winckelmann
This study aims to explore the perception of algorithm accuracy among data professionals in higher education.
Renamed from:New Library World
Online date, start – end:2017
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Rebecca Reynolds
- Dr Samuel Chu