This report from the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association looks at potential privacy protection gaps there are in cloud-based public education and addresses how to minimize the associated risks.
Troubling Clouds: Gaps affecting privacy protection in British Columbia's K–12 education
Tags: Education, Canada, Children's Privacy, Cloud Computing
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...
Privacy Literacy: From Theory to Practice
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 c...
Without consent: An analysis of student directory information practices in US schools and impacts on privacy
This report from the World Privacy Forum studies implementations of the U.S. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act in regards to student directory information and examines key risks to student privacy relative to directory information and what practices or changes would create improved privacy o...