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=== Week 7: Info literacy/higher ed/k-12/student surveillance issues  ===
 
=== Week 7: Info literacy/higher ed/k-12/student surveillance issues  ===
 
* Real time lecture: November 15th, 12 - 2 pm Pacific/3 - 5 pm Eastern on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/9129428892  
 
* Real time lecture: November 15th, 12 - 2 pm Pacific/3 - 5 pm Eastern on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/9129428892  
* Slides:  
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* Recording: https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/646219993
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* Transcript: https://pad.riseup.net/p/oY_2xpw1Fe_qBag0ZcsM-keep
  
 
==== Overview ====
 
==== Overview ====
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The pandemic has forced students much more online, and school administrators have demanded greater productivity in these online environments. Surveillance is built into these online learning platforms, tracking what students click on, how much time they spent on each page, and how attentive they are to the screen. This week, we're focused on the new academic surveillance norms and what this means for students both K-12 and at the college level. We'll also talk about bringing privacy into information literacy environments in academic settings. We'll welcome LFP member Marisol Moreno Ortiz, who has made her work with LFP and privacy part of her tenure, implementing privacy workshops for students and faculty.
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==== Readings ====
 
==== Readings ====
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* The hidden costs of high-tech surveillance in schools https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/analysis-opinion/hidden-costs-high-tech-surveillance-schools
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* School surveillance zone: https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/school-surveillance-zone
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* EFF student privacy overview: https://www.eff.org/issues/student-privacy
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* EFF student privacy tips for parents: https://www.eff.org/issues/student-privacy/tips
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* Software that monitors students during tests violates their privacy and perpetuates inequality: https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/08/07/1006132/software-algorithms-proctoring-online-tests-ai-ethics/
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==== Discussion ====
 
==== Discussion ====
Link:  
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Chat link: https://libraryfreedom.chat/t/cc-2-week-7-student-surveillance-and-overall-reflections/918
  
 
==== Tasks ====  
 
==== Tasks ====  
 
* Lecture, readings, discussion forum, and final project work
 
* Lecture, readings, discussion forum, and final project work

Latest revision as of 23:37, 15 November 2021

Week 7: Info literacy/higher ed/k-12/student surveillance issues[edit]

Overview[edit]

The pandemic has forced students much more online, and school administrators have demanded greater productivity in these online environments. Surveillance is built into these online learning platforms, tracking what students click on, how much time they spent on each page, and how attentive they are to the screen. This week, we're focused on the new academic surveillance norms and what this means for students both K-12 and at the college level. We'll also talk about bringing privacy into information literacy environments in academic settings. We'll welcome LFP member Marisol Moreno Ortiz, who has made her work with LFP and privacy part of her tenure, implementing privacy workshops for students and faculty.

Readings[edit]

Discussion[edit]

Chat link: https://libraryfreedom.chat/t/cc-2-week-7-student-surveillance-and-overall-reflections/918

Tasks[edit]

  • Lecture, readings, discussion forum, and final project work