Access, Privacy, and Practice

In the age of persistent surveillance, profiling, and predictive analytics, students are often subject to differential treatment based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Ethical classrooms commit themselves to student agency and privacy by addressing these issues, and by providing routes for students to interrogate how these same issues will affect them outside the classroom as well. This 4-day course will address pedagogical practices geared towards building an ethical framework for digital pedagogies and practices. This course is ideal for faculty, instructional designers and technologists, and others who seek to create a more technologically ethical space in their classrooms and at their institution.


Chris Gilliard
Chris Gilliard is a Professor of English at Macomb Community College.
Bill Fitzgerald
Bill Fitzgerald is a technologist, privacy advocate, and open education advocate.
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