Picking the Right Educational Technology Tool: a Data-Privacy Review and Pedagogical Perspective

Thursday, October 27 | 11:15AM–12:00PM MT | Mile High Ballroom 2C3C, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Presentation/Panel Session
This session will showcase an educational technology review process that centers student data privacy, accessibility, pedagogy, and functionality. Facilitators will discuss important steps for conducting a review, highlight results for over 20 educational technology reviews, and share open-access resources with recommendations for teaching and learning professionals.


  • Amelia Gentile-Mathew

    Learning Designer, Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Ellen (she/her) Hogan

    Accessibility Technologist for Learning and Instruction, University of Denver
  • Christine Hood

    Senior Instructional Designer, University of Denver
  • Lexi Schlosser

    Faculty Developer of Online Learning, University of Denver

Resources & Downloads

  • Picking the Right Educational Technology Tool Presentation

    Updated on 11/1/2022