What’s Old Is New Again: Applying Lessons from the Past to Inform Data Governance in the Present (separate registration is required)

Monday, October 21 | 12:30PM–4:00PM CT
Session Type: Preconference Workshop
Delivery Format: Additional Fee Program
This pre-conference session aims to empower participants with historical insights and pragmatic tools to navigate the practical and ethical complexities of modern data governance that account for human-centered practices, privacy paradigms, and transparency/literacy application. Come join us for this half-day seminar where we will co-create a matrix of perspectives and examples from the past, informing our collective journey towards iterative data ethics.

Presenters

  • Kim Arnold

    Director, Learning Analytics Center of Excellence, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Marcia Ham

    Learning Analytics Research & Development Consultant, Ohio State University
  • Robin Pappas

    IT Governance Program Manager, University of California, Berkeley