I have either been cited in or interviewed by the press for my research on information ethics and policy issues associated with educational data mining and learning analytics. I appreciate the opportunity to engage the public with my research in this way.
|The Daily Mail. “Missouri university is tracking new students’ class attendance by making them download an app which accesses their location through their phone’s GPS.”||2020|
|The Washington Post. “Colleges are turning students’ phones into surveillance machines, tracking the locations of hundreds of thousands.”||2019|
|Forbes. “Is your child’s university tracking their phone? Probably.”||2019|
|edScoop. “University tech presents growing privacy concern for students, educators.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “A Hippocratic Oath for algorithmic intervention.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “Remember what’s never forgotten.”||2019|
|Times Higher Education. “Minority students ‘may be penalised’ by learning analytics shift.”||2019|
|The Hechinger Report. “Colleges are using big data to track students in an effort to boost graduation rates, but it comes at a cost.”|
NOTE: Audio and text versions of this story were published nationally on National Public Radio.
|Milwaukee Public Radio. “Computer experts discuss the balancing act of big data & ethics.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “A lesson from the Facebook Fiasco.”||2018|
|Minnesota Public Radio: Marketplace. “Do you know what your college is doing with your data?”||2014|