The Future of Privacy in Teaching and Learning
Privacy is a personal value that “is so integrally and inextricably linked to personal dignity that it remains an “ultimate” or “final” value of tremendous social importance.”
What does privacy mean to you?
Should these same values be respected in both institutional and non-traditional learning environments?
What is a private exchange of information?
On questions that you think the future learner should ask themselves before learning with the digital.
On questions that you think the future educator should ask themselves before learning with the digital.
EDU8213 Privacy Manifesto
This is where the EDU8213 co-created privacy manifesto will live. This will be made during the first week of the class for the collaborators to share a common understanding of what privacy might mean in the context of this learning environment. Come back soon!
Homework on the Move
Listen to the remainder of the Speaking Openly videos and write a reflective piece (300 words). This can be written on or offline.
Click here to access the videos
*Top Tip* listen to these on the move like podcasts.
Readings, viewings, listenings…
Tweet privacy/data related stuffs with #EDU8213privacy and share with the community. (Kate will upload them into this space as a central co-created resource hub)
Exercises and Tools
Check out #PrivacyUG, the Open and Underground Class
Hey! I’m Kate and I am running the privacy show for EDU8213. However, I am by no means an ‘expert’ in data privacy and I admit I don’t have all the answers and I’m not always sure I am asking the right questions, but I’m trying to figure some of them out through doing my PhD. So be gentle, I’m learning too!
Super looking forward to exploring what role privacy plays in the future of teaching and learning with you all!