The Datafied Classroom was a research project that investigated faculty perspectives of student privacy and their practices concerning emerging learning analytics tools and initiatives. The research team conducted a survey investigating how faculty incorporate student privacy resources into their courses and address student privacy in their instructional designs and adoption of educational technologies. Building on the results from the survey, the research team conducted 30 semi-structured interviews with faculty, librarians, and instructional technologists. The final phase of the project used the empirical findings from the survey and interviews to facilitate student privacy discussions among faculty, librarians, and instructional technologists. This project was funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.