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Ethical use of student data – panel debate @ The UNSW Inspired Learning Summit, October 2018

Ethical use of student data - panel debate @ The UNSW Inspired Learning Summit 2018

Panel: Prof Geoffrey Crisp Pro Vice Chancellor Education, UNSW Sydney; Kate Carruthers Chief Data & Analytics Officer, UNSW Planning & Performance, UNSW Sydney; Richard Sanchez Head, Student Reporting & Analytics, UNSW Sydney; A/Prof. Wayne Wobcke Academic in Computing Science and Artificial Intelligence with relevant interest and expertise, UNSW Sydney; A/Prof. Louise Lutze-Mann Director of Education-focussed Career Development, Deputy Head of School and Director of Teaching BABS, Inaugural UNSW Scientia Education Fellow; Peter Leonard Principal at Data Synergies, WS Chair, Data Access, Use and Privacy at IoTAA, Consultant, Gilbert + Tobin; Prof. Louisa Jorm Director of the Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Sydney; Jay Zabakly Vice President of Human Resources – UNSW Education Society, Survey reference group; advocacy work, UNSW Sydney; Tara Sutjarittham PhD Candidate – Data architecture, Internet of Things, sensor data analytics, applied machine learning, UNSW Sydney


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Facebook: On Sunday Extra with Jonathan Green, Broadcast: Our panel today examines the float of Facebook, online advertising and the difficulties inherent in commercialising social media websites.

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Online Reputation Management, with Antony Funnell on Future Tense, Broadcast:

It’s called ORM—Online Reputation Management—and as the boundaries between the digital and the real world become more blurred, a growing number of companies are now offering to help you protect and preserve your reputation.

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Getting it Wrong? The Y2K bug revisited: with Antony Funnell on Future Tense, 14 October 2010

In the second instalment of our irregular series ‘Getting it Wrong?’ we go back to the end of the last millenium and examine the Y2K bug predictions. All hype? Or was there really something in it?

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