Learning analytics are used in an ethical way.
This proposition is about the ‘should we’ questions, rather than the ‘can we’ ones addressed by the other propositions.
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Key QuestionsCan the many ethical issues around privacy, transparency, surveillance, data ownership and control, and data protection be addressed effectively, or will they prove to be barriers?
Most Viewed Evidence
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- An evaluation of policy frameworks for addressing ethical considerations in learning analytics - 1097 Views
- Learning analytics: ethical issues and dilemmas - 1090 Views