LFI Course Materials 4/Week five
Week 5: Privacy and online learning/work environments
- Real time lecture: August 20th 9 - 11 Pacific/12 - 2 Eastern on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/9129428892
The pandemic has forced us to spend much more of our lives online, our work, school, and social lives mediated entirely by online platforms like Zoom, Skype, or the dystopianly named Proctorio and Panopto. School administrators and employers have started demanding greater productivity from us in these environments, and the tech platforms have obliged them, building systems of surveillance into these online platforms that track what we clicked on, how much time we spent on the page, and how attentive we are to the screen. This week, we'll hear from two speakers about this new environment and what it means for us in libraries: Jasmine McNealy, privacy and technology scholar at the University of Florida, and Kelly McElroy, graduate of the first LFI cohort and Student Engagement and Community Outreach librarian at Oregon State University.
- What you should know about online tools during the COVID-19 crisis: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/03/what-you-should-know-about-online-tools-during-covid-19-crisis
- Harden your Zoom settings to protect privacy and avoid trolls: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/04/harden-your-zoom-settings-protect-your-privacy-and-avoid-trolls
Jasmine McNealy and Kelly McElroy, LFI cohort 1