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Who Owns Student Data?
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3/14/2013 | 10:18:06 PM
re: Who Owns Student Data?
This article is written with the assumption that the entire teaching staffs will utilize such a tool for learning and teach their classes solely with this tool. I believe that there are many forms of teachers, and professors, with different styles. Some will never utilize the resource simply because it is technology. Then consider these same thoughts on a much larger scale, say as a University. The specialized schools contained within usually divide universities that University, getting all of those departments to collaborate together is a task in itself that most Universities do not have. I love the idea but the reality is most teachers and professors will continue to teach the old fashioned ways where as some will utilize the technology as means of delivery.

Paul Sprague
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