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Technology, Privacy, and the Future of Education Symposium

Ted Magder, Richard Arum, Anya Kamenetz, Kouross Esmaeli, Natasha Singer, Brett Frischmann, Mitchell Stevens, Elana Zeide, Helen Nissenbaum

Data & Society Fellow Natasha Singer participated in a panel alongside D&S Affiliates Elaina Zeide and Hellen Nissenbaum on the Implications of Data-driven Education as part of the Technology, Privacy, and the Future of Education symposium, hosted by the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU Steinhardt.

The symposium brought together educational specialists, journalists, and academics to open a dialogue around the pedagogical, legal, and ethical repercussions of the use of new technologies in educational environments.

The symposium took place on March 4, 2016.

 


Elana Zeide
@elanazeide

Natasha Singer
@natashanyt

Helen Nissenbaum
@HNissenbaum

Ted Magder

Richard Arum

Anya Kamenetz

Kouross Esmaeli

Brett Frischmann

03.04.16

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