Ethics and Privacy as Enablers of Learning Analytics
Keywords:learning analytics, data protection, ethics, privacy, privacy protection, self regulated learning
This issue of the Journal of Learning Analytics features a special section on ethics and privacy that is guest edited by a team of researchers involved in the European Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE) project. The issue also features a paper that looks at the use of new methods for the measurement of self-regulated learning. This editorial concludes with a summary of the future changes in the editorial team of the journal.
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