AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles: version 1

Principle 7, Resources


    1. Alim, F., Cardozo, N., Gebhart, G., Gullo, K., & Kalia, A. (2017). Spying on students: School-issued devices and student privacy (p. 49). Electronic Frontier Foundation. 
    2. Consortium for School Networking. (2014). Protecting privacy in connected learning toolkit. Consortium for School Networking. 
    3. Cowper, C., & Crompton, M. (2010). VET E-portfolio privacy impact assessment research report. Australian Flexible Learning Framework.
    4. Datig, I., & Russell, B. (2014). Instructing college students on the ethics of information use at the reference desk: A guide and literature review. The Reference Librarian, 55(3), 234–246. https://doi.org/10.1080/02763877.2014.912458
    5. Drachsler, H., & Greller, W. (2016). Privacy and analytics: It’s a DELICATE issue a checklist for trusted learning analytics. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge, 89–98. https://doi.org/10.1145/2883851.2883893
    6. Future of Privacy Forum, & The Software and Information Industry Association. (2015). K-12 school service provider pledge to safeguard student privacy.
    7. Harris, K. D. (2016). Ready for school: Recommendations for the ed tech industry to protect the privacy of student data. California Department of Justice. 
    8. Hearne, S. (n.d.). Request map generator. 
    9. Ivanova, M., Marín, V. I., Tur, G., & Buchem, I. (2019). Towards privacy issues in personal learning environments: A conceptual model of PLE privacy. European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning, 22(1). 
    10. Luera, G., Brunvand, S., & Marra, T. (2016). Challenges and rewards of implementing ePortfolios through a bottom-up approach. International Journal of EPortfolio, 6(2), 127–137.
    11. Lynch, M. (2018, May 21). Ask these 9 questions to determine if your education vendor takes data privacy seriously. The Tech Edvocate. https://www.thetechedvocate.org/ask-these-9-questions-to-determine-if-your-education-vendor-takes-data-privacy-seriously/
    12. Mackrill, D., & Taylor, S. (2008). FlashPort – The next generation in e-portfolios? The use of portable applications as e-portfolio tools in teacher education. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 6(6), 80–85.
    13. National Conference of State Legislatures. (2018, October 26). Student data privacy. https://www.ncsl.org/research/education/student-data-privacy.aspx
    14. Newitz, A. (2005, February 17). Dangerous terms: A user’s guide to EULAs. Electronic Frontier Foundation. 
    15. Poole, P., Brown, M., McNamara, G., O’Hara, J., O’Brien, S., & Burns, D. (2018). Challenges and supports towards the integration of ePortfolios in education. Lessons to be learned from Ireland. Heliyon, 4(11). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2018.e00899
    16. Privacy Technical Assistance Center. (2016). Protecting student privacy while using online educational services: Model terms of service. U.S. Department of Education. 
    17. Refaei, B., & Benander, R. (2019). Affordable technology solutions. Research in Online Literacy Education, 2(1). 
    18. Sherpa, FERPA. (2020). The student privacy resource center
    19. Slade, C., Murfin, K., & Readman, K. (2013). Evaluating processes and platforms for potential ePortfolio use: The role of the middle agent. International Journal of EPortfolio, 3(2), 177–188.
    20. Wuetherick, B., & Dickinson, J. (2015). Why ePortfolios? Student perceptions of ePortfolio use in  continuing education learning environments. International Journal of EPortfolio, 5(1), 39–53.



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