Privacy in the era of big data and learning analytics: Ethical considerations and positions

Marianna Vivitsou, Mohsen Saadatmand

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    Abstract

    In the era of big amounts of new data, the need arises to reconsider the role of higher education institutions and institutional policies in relation to privacy, data control and trust. It is then important to gain better insight into the context of this new way of analysis and thus contribute to the process of building an agenda about data ethics and privacy. Considering these, in this paper we are interested in discussing and putting forward our position regarding context integrity in learning analytics. To do so, we will discuss the elements of context integrity in relation to the type of research conducted online and emerging challenges.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEthical and Privacy Issues in the Design of Learning Analytics Applications : 2ND WORKSHOP ON ETHICS & PRIVACY IN LEARNING ANALYTICS @ LAK1, University of Edinburg, Edinburgh, UK, April 24, 2016
    PublisherLearning Analytics Community Exchange LACE
    Publication date2016
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

    Fields of Science

    • 518 Media and communications
    • Big Data
    • Privacy
    • Integrity
    • Context

    Cite this

    Vivitsou, M., & Saadatmand, M. (2016). Privacy in the era of big data and learning analytics: Ethical considerations and positions. In Ethical and Privacy Issues in the Design of Learning Analytics Applications: 2ND WORKSHOP ON ETHICS & PRIVACY IN LEARNING ANALYTICS @ LAK1, University of Edinburg, Edinburgh, UK, April 24, 2016 Learning Analytics Community Exchange LACE. http://www.laceproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/ep4la2016_paper_3.pdf