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|Title:||Ethical and Privacy Issues in the Application of Learning Analytics|
|Citation:||Drachsler, H., Hoel, T., Scheffel, M., Kismihók, G., Berg, A., Ferguson, R., Chen, W., Cooper, A., & Manderveld, J. (2015). Ethical and privacy issues in the application of learning analytics. In J. Baron, G. Lynch, N. Maziarz, P. Blikstein, A. Merceron, & G. Siemens (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Learning Analytics And Knowledge (LAK’15) (pp. 390–391). New York, NY, USA: ACM. http://doi.org/10.1145/2723576.2723642|
|Abstract:||The large-scale production, collection, aggregation, and processing of information from various learning platforms and online environments have led to ethical and privacy concerns regarding potential harm to individuals and society. In the past, these types of concern have impacted on areas as diverse as computer science, legal studies and surveillance studies. Within a European consortium that brings together the EU project LACE, the SURF SIG Learning Analytics, the Apereo Foundation and the EATEL SIG dataTEL, we aim to understand the issues with greater clarity, and to find ways of overcoming the issues and research challenges related to ethical and privacy aspects of learning analytics practice. This interactive workshop aims to raise awareness of major ethics and privacy issues. It will also be used to develop practical solutions to advance the application of learning analytics technologies.|
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