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Scarbrough 4

Type of Presentation

Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)

Target Audience

Higher Education

Abstract

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Presentation Description

A number of information literacy (IL) programs have enhanced student learning experiences by allowing students to interact with Web 2.0 and related technologies. Such interactions typically result in the creation of new products/artifacts. Given the value of and sometime personal information contained in such artifacts, to what extent should IL instructors highlight student work for future teaching/learning and professional development activities, even when student consent is obtained. The goal of the presentation is to engage participants in discussions on how library instructors handle student digital content; and the extent in which their university or college regulates the student digital content produced via the classroom.

Keywords

Privacy, Confidentiality, Intellectual property, Students, Digital content, Digital footprints

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Privacy and Confidentiality of Student Intellectual Property

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