On behalf of the Data Doubles team, collaborator Abigail Goben presented “In Their Own Words, Student Perspectives on Privacy and Library Participation in Learning Analytics Initiatives” as a Library and Information Technology Association session at the American Library Association Conference in Washington DC.
Kyle Jones, a collaborator on the Data Doubles project, has published three new peer-reviewed journal articles in recent months. Each article addresses various aspects of student privacy in relation to emerging learning analytics practices.
Representing the Data Doubles research team, Andrew Asher gave a presentation entitled, “Do students care? Student perspectives on personal data use in library learning analytics,” at the 10th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.