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Sadownik, S.A. (2022). It’s Inappropriate Because You Can See It- Regulating, Pruning, and Understanding Revealed Thinking in Schools copy.pdf (318.23 kB)
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It’s Inappropriate Because You Can See It- Regulating, Pruning, and Understanding Revealed Thinking in Education

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posted on 30.03.2022, 19:59 by Stephanie SadownikStephanie Sadownik

Qualitative data from a two-year study provides school administration and technology staff understandings and challenges with their use of surveillance in their role. School administration and technology staff offer their understandings of their need to conduct privacy impact assessments (PIA) when student personally identifiable data may be collected, stored or disseminated to 3rd parties. Connections between advancements of privacy in electronic health records and record keeping of student confidential information is discussed as it relates to storing of confidential data and the inappropriateness of an all-access pass for employees.

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stephanie.sadownik@utoronto.ca

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Canada

Lead author job role

Higher Education Lecturer

Lead author institution

University of Toronto

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