We are excited to share that our article, “Data Management Planning for an Eight-Institution, Multi-Year Research Project”, was just published in the International Journal of Digital Curation. The article describes how the Data Doubles project developed its four data management plans and how central they were to the success of the project.
The team is excited to share that the last journal article it wrote as a group entitled “Transparency and consent: Student perspectives on educational data analytics scenarios” will be forthcoming in the journal portal: Libraries and the Academy.
It’s a pleasure to write that our survey research conducted for Phase Two is now available in volume 92, issue 2 of Library Quarterly. The abstract for the piece, which is entitled “Questions of trust: A survey of student expectations and perspectives on library learning analytics,” is below: Universities are developing learning analytics initiatives that […]
The Data Doubles team is proud to announce that our paper “‘We’re Being Tracked at All Times’: Student Perspectives of Their Privacy in Relation to Learning Analytics in Higher Education”, published in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, received the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) University Library Stephen J. Wiberley Jr. Faculty […]
Running the Data Doubles project can be a challenge at times because the team has to coordinate activities across eight different universities. Some of this is university bureaucracy (doing that many IRB applications!) but some of it is internal to keeping the project running smoothly. One of the keys to Data Doubles’ success is actually […]