With my collaborators on the Datafied Classroom project, we’ve had a piece accepted for College & Research Libraries News: “Student privacy in the datafied classroom: Facilitating conversations with campus stakeholders.” This writing provides an overview of the project and reflections from partners who ran our facilitated workshops. See the preprint here: https://osf.io/urypq
I have a paper forthcoming in the Journal of Computing in Higher Education with Amy VanScoy, Alison Harding, and Amy Martin. The article is titled “Changing student privacy responsibilities and governance needs: Views from faculty, instructional designers, and academic librarians” and is available in my OSF research repository as a preprint: https://osf.io/frup4.
My interview with The Markup‘s Tara García Mathewson has been published. Their piece, “He wanted privacy. His college gave him none,” is available at https://themarkup.org/machine-learning/2023/11/30/he-wanted-privacy-his-college-gave-him-none.
My interview with Indianapolis Business Journal‘s Susan Orr has been published. Their piece, “Indiana colleges use analytics to try to increase retention,” is available at https://www.ibj.com/articles/indiana-colleges-use-analytics-to-try-to-increase-retention.
The journal Information and Learning Sciences has published the special issue I guest edited titled “The Datafication of Student Life in Higher Education: Privacy Problems and Paths Forward.” My thanks to Rebecca Reynolds (editor) for her support. Access the issue, including my introduction, here: https://www.emerald.com/insight/publication/issn/2398-5348/vol/124/iss/9/10
My recent invited talk at Digital Universities U.S. was featured in a piece by Inside Higher Ed‘s Doug Lederman and Susan D’Agostino. Their piece, “Academics fall for and fret about technology,” is available at https://www.insidehighered.com/news/tech-innovation/digital-teaching-learning/2023/05/05/academics-fall-and-fret-about-technology.
My interview with MIT Technology Review‘s Eileen Guo and Tate Ryan-Mosley has been published. Their piece, “Computer scientists designing the future can’t agree on what privacy means,” is available at https://www.technologyreview.com/2023/04/03/1070665/cmu-university-privacy-battle-smart-building-sensors-mites/.