AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles: version 1

Principle 2, Resources

    1. Brown Wilson, C., Slade, C., Kirby, M. M., Downer, T., Fisher, M. B., & Nuessler, S. (2018). Digital ethics and the use of ePortfolio: A scoping review of the literature. International Journal of EPortfolio, 8(2), 115–125.
    2. Charlesworth, A., & Grant, A. (n.d.). 10 ePortfolios and the law: What you and your organisation should know. University of Bristol.
    3. Gallagher, C. W., & Poklop, L. L. (2014). ePortfolios and audience: Teaching a critical twenty-first century skill. International Journal of EPortfolio, 4(1), 7–20.
    4. Gallagher, K., Magid, L., & Pruitt, K. (2019). The educator’s guide to student data privacy. ConnectSafely. 
    5. Hargittai, E., & Marwick, A. (2016). “What can I really do?” Explaining the privacy paradox with online apathy. International Journal of Communication, 10, 3737–3757.
    6. Henning, M. A., Hawken, S., MacDonald, J., McKimm, J., Brown, M., Moriarty, H., Gasquoine, S., Chan, K., Hilder, J., & Wilkinson, T. (2017). Exploring educational interventions to facilitate health professional students’ professionally safe online presence. Medical Teacher, 39(9), 959–966. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2017.1332363
    7. Lorenzo, G., & Ittelson, J. (2005). An overview of institutional e-portfolios. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, 2.
    8. Mann, K. (2013, June 20). Online assignments and student privacy. Academic Technology. 
    9. Matthews-DeNatale, G., Blevins-Bohanan, S. J., Rothwell, C. G., & Wehlburg, C. M. (2017). Redesigning learning: Eportfolios in support of reflective growth within individuals and organizations. In T. Batson, T. L. Rhodes, C. E. Watson, H. L. Chen, K. S. Coleman, & A. Harver (Eds.), Field guide to eportfolio. (pp. 14–24). Association of American Colleges and Universities. 
    10. Nagler, A., Andolsek, K., & Padmore, J. S. (2009). The unintended consequences of portfolios in graduate medical education. Academic Medicine, 84(11), 1522–1526. https://doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0b013e3181bb2636
    11. Privacy Technical Assistance Center. (2014). Protecting student privacy while using online educational services. U.S. Department of Education. \
    12. Ribble, M., & Park, M. (2019). The digital citizenship handbook for school leaders: Fostering positive interactions online. International Society for Technology in Education.
    13. Slade, C., Wilson, C. B., Kirby, M., Downer, T., Fisher, M., & Isbel, S. (2018). A new concern: Ethical decision making in students’ secondary use of data from their ePortfolios. 2018 EPortfolio Forum EBook of Short Papers, 71–75. 
    14. Stewart, S. M. (2013). Making practice transparent through e-portfolio. Women and Birth, 26(4), e117–e121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2013.02.005
    15. University of Canberra. (2019, August 30). How to use Mahara ePortfolio. https://portfolio.canberra.edu.au/view/view.php?id=21008
    16. University of Oregon. (2011). Consent for disclosure of education record: EPortfolio participation. University of Oregon, Office of the Registrar. 
    17. University of Ottawa. (n.d.). EPortfolio coach and student confidentiality agreement

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