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International Educational Data Mining Society, Paper presented at the International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM) (8th, Madrid, Spain, Jun 26-29, 2015)

While the field of educational data mining (EDM) has generated many innovations for improving educational software and student learning, the mining of student data has recently come under a great deal of scrutiny. Many stakeholder groups, including public officials, media outlets, and parents, have voiced concern over the privacy of student data and their efforts have garnered national attention. The momentum behind and scrutiny of student privacy has made it increasingly difficult for EDM applications to transition from academia to industry. Based on experience as academic researchers transitioning into industry, we present three primary areas of concern related to student privacy in practice: policy, corporate social responsibility, and public opinion. Our discussion will describe the key challenges faced within these categories, strategies for overcoming them, and ways in which the academic EDM community can support the adoption of innovative technologies in large-scale production. [For complete proceedings, see ED560503.]

Descriptors: Privacy, Student Records, Data Processing, Data Collection, Information Management, Information Policy, Social Responsibility, Public Opinion, Student Rights, Disclosure, Community Role, School Business Relationship, Accountability, Activism, Research Needs, Educational Legislation, Parent Rights

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Autor: Sabourin, Jennifer; Kosturko, Lucy; FitzGerald, Clare; McQuiggan, Scott


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