When it comes to online privacy, be informed and assume the worst, says big data expert Jennifer Golbeck.
As employees in higher education, we often have the records of thousands of students at our fingertips—often without even knowing it. It’s incumbent on all of us to treat student information with care and to abide by the privacy laws and policies that are in force at our institutions. Exactly what those laws say, though, can be tricky to discern.
The students at your institution may be considered “digital natives” – that is, social media and technology tools come naturally to them and are part of their day-to-day lives. But knowing how to use these tools doesn’t always mean that students use them in a smart way.
Return on Investment for social media. It’s the question asked at every conference I’ve attended over the past year, and I have yet to hear someone pipe up with a […]