Sessions will create a dialogue for deeper understanding on how to operationalize trusted environments in the learning landscape. Day one will grapple with privacy, trust and data collection, raising the tensions between positive and negative uses of data. A youth panel will give the audience a student, learner-centered perspective on trust. Topics shared and discussed will inform a design interactive, where stakeholders will brainstorm user-centered trust frameworks focused on their communities.
1) To look at considerations, challenges and remaining questions surrounding a trust framework for learning, building off of the six characteristics outlined in Aspen Task Force on Learning & the Internet’s report released in June 2014.
2) To highlight tensions that arise between an openness for learning and a need for privacy, exploring the potential for using data to inform and improve students’ learning experiences but in a safe environment. Aim to show tech can be part of solution.
3) To develop resources for operationalizing trusted environments. Opening keynote and panel will inspire energy for the trust concept and the design interactive will allow for user-centered hands-on engagement in individual communities.
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