Data

09 décembre 2019

Analyse d’impact relative à la protection des données : la CNIL vient de publier une liste des traitements

Au mois de novembre 2018, la CNIL avait déjà adopté la liste des traitements pour lesquels une analyse d’impact relative à la protection des données (AIPD) est obligatoire. Conformément à ce que prévoit le RGPD, la CNIL vient également d'élaborer une liste de traitements pour lesquels elle n’estime pas nécessaire qu’une AIPD soit réalisée. Plus...

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La CNIL publie un nouveau modèle de registre simplifié

Pour accompagner au mieux chaque professionnel dans sa mise en conformité, la CNIL publie un modèle de registre simplifié en tableur, au format ouvert, destiné à répondre aux besoins les plus courants en matière de traitements de données, en particulier des petites structures (TPE-PME, associations, petites collectivités, etc.). Plus...

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07 décembre 2019

How can we achieve data-driven government?

When we developed the OECD Recommendation on Digital Government Strategies in 2014 it emphasised the role of data. Since then we’ve worked with numerous countries to put that Recommendation into practice and explore the use of data, both as Open Government Data and within government itself. More...

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Plugged-in parents are inadvertently creating data footprints for their children

We have long known that parents play a fundamental role in children’s cognitive, social and educational development, particularly at the youngest ages. One new question is whether, and to what extent, the digital revolution had changed traditional parenting. A recent publication, Educating 21st Century Children: Emotional Well-being in the Digital Age explores the role of modern parents in children’s emotional well-being, and how they are key players in protecting children from harm both online and off. More...

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01 décembre 2019

Intriguing New Data on PSE Access

By Alex Usher. For reasons that continue to baffle me, the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario keeps putting out quite fascinating research papers with almost no fanfare.  Seriously, reading their publications page is the literary equivalent of the sound of a tree falling in an empty forest.  Fabulous, fabulous stuff that somehow appears in conditions of near-absolute secrecy. More...

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30 novembre 2019

States need better data to meet student expectations

eCampus NewsA new framework identifies some of the biggest challenges standing in the way of states leveraging data use to improve student achievement. More...

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29 novembre 2019

Plaxo Says Customers ARE in Charge of Their Data

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Plaxo Says Customers ARE in Charge of Their Data
I still remember the barrage of spam messages from Plaxo as the software urged me to send personal information to strangers who had me in their address books. So I'm a little bit sceptical of their new approach to social networking, trying to forge a single identity out of all those identities we have on our various social networks. "Plaxo helps you round up all that data you've been entering in your various social networks move it around as you wish." It's the 'open social graph' Brad Fitzpatrick and others have been writing about. Maybe. More...

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27 novembre 2019

The Faculty Shrinks, but Tilts to Full-Time

HomeBy Doug Lederman. Federal data show proportion of all instructors who work full-time is rising, even as total faculty workforce contracts slightly. More...

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25 novembre 2019

U.S. Releases Earnings Data for Thousands of College Programs

HomeBy Lilah Burke. The U.S. Department of Education released first-year earnings data for thousands of college programs. Some see a way to judge programs' value -- while others question the data's value. More...

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24 novembre 2019

At Educause, a Push to Monitor Student Data is Met with Concerns About Privacy and Equity

Techno-News BlogDigital redlining, as Gilliard defines it, comes in many forms. One is denying students at community colleges access to academic journal subscriptions or using parental controls on websites, a practice that intends to block objectionable material but may also impede research on topics of valid scholarly interest. More...

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