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SXSWedu 2015

Big Data Lessons in Personalization & Privacy

Big data is personalizing our world. What can education learn from IT, consumer and healthcare sectors to embrace both personalization and privacy in order to best serve students and teachers? Widespread use of electronic health records and virtual access to health providers illustrates effective data shared. This expert panel of leaders are making advances in generating “smart data” and safely storing and sharing it. This panel will discuss how lessons from other sectors can play a vital role.

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  1. Identify data sharing tools and practices that IT, consumer and healthcare currently implement that can transfer for education.
  2. Share best practices for collecting and sharing “smart data” to ensure privacy and also allow for flexibility in sharing with families, students, and fellow educators.
  3. Create an opportunity for an open dialogue around data collection and the implications on student learning and achievement. (A panelist with implementation background and expertise with healthcare issues is being sought but not yet confirmed).

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Courtney Marsh, Director of Marketing, Curriculum Associates

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  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Panel Discussion
  • Track: Big Data & Learning Analytics
  • Level: Field Experience
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