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Thursday, March 7 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Sex, Lies, and Data Mining: Advocating for Student Privacy

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Now is the time for librarians to stand and deliver against Learning Analytics (LA) practices that endanger student data privacy and integrity. Building capacity for LA should be consistent with the values of our profession. This session will focus on the challenges of bringing the two interests into alignment with an activity that asks participants to apply different ethical frameworks to actual cases in which student data is being harvested and put to use.

Attendees are encouraged to bring laptops with them in order to engage with the activity. However, it is not required that you have a laptop in order to participate.

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Conveners
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Mahrya Burnett

Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Iowa
Mahrya works on projects involving Open Education and Open Access and is interested in privacy in learning analytics.
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Sean Leahy

Instruction & Learning Assessment Librarian, Champlain College
Sean coordinates on-campus library instruction at Champlain where he engages students on issues of privacy and digital literacy.

Community Notetakers
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Linnea Minich

MSLS Student, University of Kentucky
I'm finishing up my library degree, graduating in May 2019, and looking for jobs in academic libraries. I'm interested in research in instruction and students' (especially freshmen's) experience with information literacy. Also invested in critlib and secret lover of fan studies (trying... Read More →


Thursday March 7, 2019 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Leconte Holiday Inn Downtown, 525 Henley Street, Knoxville, TN 37902

Attendees (46)