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Zur vierten und letzten Veranstaltung der Vortragsreihe Big data: big power shifts? beschäftigten wir uns mit den komplexen Bedeutungen und Auswirkungen von Big Data für den Bildungssektor. Die Veranstaltung wird auf englisch stattfinden, weitere Informationen sowie die Anmeldung finden Sie unten.
In the fourth and final event of the series we turn towards education: Data-based education offers individualized learning opportunities to schools and higher education institutions, allowing for more effective learning, fewer drop-outs and wider access to high quality education. But what if highly sensitive educational data falls into the wrong hands? How is student data best protected, how does the current European legal framework perform?
FROM ALMA MATER TO ALGO MATER
22 June 2016 | 7 – 8.30 pm | Doors open 6.30 pm
Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften am Gendarmenmarkt, Markgrafenstraße/Jägerstraße, 10117 Berlin
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Jessica White, academic consultant at McGraw-Hill Education, will present concrete examples of how (small and big) digital data can be used for individualized learning opportunities. McGraw-Hill Education is a learning science and publishing company that works with schools and higher education institutions, also in Germany.
Yoni Har Carmel, researcher at the Haifa Center for Law and Technology, will share his view on the opportunities and risks of big data in education and highlight how regulation can shape a good use of big data in educational contexts. He is author of the research paper ‘Regulating “big data education” in Europe: lessons learned from the US’ that is a part of the Special Issue ‘Big data: big power shifts?’ that accompanied this lecture series.
|19:10||Unlocking personalized learning with McGraw Hill Education: Small Data in a Big Data World|
Jessica White, academic consultant at McGraw-Hill Education
|19:30||Protecting Student Rights in “Big Data Education”|
Yoni Har Carmel, researcher at the Haifa Center for Law and Technology
|19:50||Discussion with panelists and the public|
Moderation: Richard Heinen, researcher at the Learning Lab of the University of Duisburg-Essen
A keynote dialogue in the series Big data: big power shifts?
The event is the keynote dialogue for the series Big data: big power shifts?, that the HIIG conducts in cooperation with the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications.
Although big data has been a major issue in the internet-related public debate, it is still unclear what impact big data has on societies today. Mayer-Schönberger & Cukier claim that big data is a “revolution that will transform how we live, work, and think”. But whereas revolutions imply a profound shift in power relations, there is little evidence and debate about whether and, if so, how big data affects power relations.
The lecture series will explore this topic with speakers from different backgrounds and be backed by a special issue of the Internet Policy Review.