This paper from Penn State centers on privacy literacy as an independent area of instruction for library sessions. It reviews a theoretical framework to support privacy literacy instruction and showcases resources and tools for creating privacy literacy education. Finally, privacy issues in health care are used to demonstrate the potential impact of privacy literacy instruction.
Privacy Literacy: From Theory to Practice
CIPM, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT
Privacy In Education
This topic page contains a curation of tools and resources to help organizations keep track of the issues at the forefront of student privacy....
Enhancing Privacy Education with a Technical Emphasis in IT Curriculum
This paper from Kennesaw State University describes the development of four learning modules that focus on technical details of how a person’s privacy might be compromised in real-world scenarios. The paper shows how students benefited from the addition of hands-on learning experiences of privacy an...
Data Sharing & Privacy Demands In Education
This technical guide from the Center for Democracy and Technology offers best practices for educators to meet data-sharing needs while protecting student privacy. Click To View (PDF) ...
Balancing the Scale of Student Data Deletion and Retention in Education
This report, published by the Center for Democracy and Technology, offers three recommendations and related best practices to assist the education sector in achieving the right balance of retaining useful data that can serve students with deleting information that is no longer needed. They are: C...