“Giving students their own digital domain is a radical act. It gives them the ability to work on the Web and with the Web.”
By Audrey Watters
Student privacy has become one of the hottest issues in education, with some 170 bills proposed so far this year that would regulate it. These legislative efforts stress the need to protect students when they’re online, safeguarding their data from advertisers as well as from unscrupulous people and companies. There’s some pushback against these proposals too, with arguments that restrictions on data might hinder research or the development of learning analytics or data-driven educational software.
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Giving students control of their own data….