Learning analytics is increasingly in the news. Recently the Higher Education Commission launched their Bricks to Clicks report, which demonstrates the enormous potential for the use of learning analytics in UK universities. It also highlights the dangers around the potential misuse of students’ personal data.
Learning analytics specialist Niall Sclater has been speaking to experts about the legal and ethical issues around giving university and college students access to their data from learning analytics. Hear what they had to say in our podcast.
Bonnie Tijerina discusses the Supporting Ethics in Data Research project, which explores the current and potential partnerships between computer science researchers, librarians, and support systems on campus to address emerging ethical issues in the research process
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