Prioritizing Privacy

Prioritizing Privacy is a three-year continuing education program that will train academic library practitioners to comprehensively address privacy and other related ethical implications of learning analytics projects. The primary deliverables of the project are: (1) face-to-face training for an estimated 200 participants; (2) online training for an estimated 200 participants; (3) an open educational resource packet consisting of the training curriculum, guidelines for facilitating the training, and recommendations for incorporating the materials into other training programs and library science courses; and (4) at least two peer-reviewed conference presentations and one peer-reviewed research publication based on a survey. This project is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Funding

  • $249,198

Timeline

  • Start date: September 2019
  • Expected end date: September 2022

Resources


Publications


Presentations

Hinchliffe, L. J., & Jones, K. M. L. (2019, December). Skills, knowledge, and values for prioritizing privacy in library learning analytics. Presented at the Fall Meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information, Washington, DC, USA. Retrieved from https://osf.io/kryne/