Today I’m presenting at ASIS&T’s annual conference as part of a panel entitled “Platform as Theoretical Framework Rather Than Just Empirical Context: How Information Science Scholars Examine Digital Platforms.” My part concerns how I approach educational technology platforms from a simplified theoretical perspective; I also walk through a quick case study that I’ve been working on. Slides are available in my research repository and a reading list is available on this website.
Entitled “The Datafied Student: Why students’ data privacy matters and the responsibility to protect it,” this just-published report for the Future of Privacy Forum explains to policymakers and higher education stakeholders why student privacy is worth protecting and emerging conditions negatively affecting it.Read More
The College of Education’s Virtual Learning Lab at the University of Florida has just published its series of videos and podcasts addressing the theme of “fairness and equity in AI for education.”Read More
Library learning analytics research continues to be published in academic library journals, often with problems related to ethical opacity. Along with my fellow editorial board members at portal: Libraries and the Academy, I see an opportunity to set new publication standards.Read More