Digital  Ethics  &  Higher  Education:    What  are  Future  Teachers  Learning?  	        {	Vanessa  P.  Dennen	         ...
•    Your  future  employer  was  able  to  hear            everything  you  said  in  a  class  3  years  ago?	     •    ...
Ñ  To  prepare  future  educators	    Ñ  To  model  responsible  technology  use	    Ñ  To  encourage  lifelong  learni...
Ñ    Learners  with:  	            Ó    Diverse  preferences  and  experiences	            Ó    Limited  professional  ...
And  what  do  these  students  think  /  do?	       {	        Survey  Findings
Ñ  Privacy	    Ñ  Copyright	    Ñ  Digital  footprints  and  legacies	    Ñ  Inappropriate  oversharing	My  concerns
Context:  Student  tweeting  under  real  name  	•  Jane  Doe:  Fuck  yeah!  It’s  my  19th  birthday!!!	•  Jane  Doe:  Ch...
Ñ  Teach  the  instructors	    Ñ  Privacy  controls	    Ñ  Pseudonyms	    Ñ  Multiple  accounts	    Ñ  Search  skills...
The  power  is  in  having       guidelines  and  providing       education,  not  in  enforcing       rules	Closing  thou...
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SXSWedu 2013 Digital Ethics

  1. 1. Digital  Ethics  &  Higher  Education:    What  are  Future  Teachers  Learning?   { Vanessa  P.  Dennen Florida  State  University SXSWedu March  5,  2013
  2. 2. •  Your  future  employer  was  able  to  hear   everything  you  said  in  a  class  3  years  ago? •  Your  ex  tracked  you  down  based  on   information  about  a  course  assignment? •  A  class  discussion  aPracted  media  aPention? •  Scholars  in  your  field  beliPled  and  ridiculed   you  for  your  naïveté  when  you  were  just  trying   to  do  your  coursework? •  A  student  at  another  university  found  your   assignment  and  turned  it  in  as  her  own? What  if  …
  3. 3. Ñ  To  prepare  future  educators Ñ  To  model  responsible  technology  use Ñ  To  encourage  lifelong  learning  and  the   development  of  personal  learning  networks Ñ  To  identify  and  reward  innovative  and   transformative  use  of  technology My  mission
  4. 4. Ñ  Learners  with:   Ó  Diverse  preferences  and  experiences Ó  Limited  professional  technology  experience Ñ  Constrained,  prescribed  curriculum Ñ  Limited  time My  reality
  5. 5. And  what  do  these  students  think  /  do? { Survey  Findings
  6. 6. Ñ  Privacy Ñ  Copyright Ñ  Digital  footprints  and  legacies Ñ  Inappropriate  oversharing My  concerns
  7. 7. Context:  Student  tweeting  under  real  name   •  Jane  Doe:  Fuck  yeah!  It’s  my  19th  birthday!!! •  Jane  Doe:  Check  me  out,  bitches!  I’m  19  today!   Worship  me! •  Jane  Doe:  (twitpic  with  friends,  beers  in  hand) •  Jane  Doe:  Head  hurts.  Fuckin  awesome   birthday  party. The  Case  of  the     Troublesome  Tweets
  8. 8. Ñ  Teach  the  instructors Ñ  Privacy  controls Ñ  Pseudonyms Ñ  Multiple  accounts Ñ  Search  skills Solution:    Educate  &  Empower
  9. 9. The  power  is  in  having   guidelines  and  providing   education,  not  in  enforcing   rules Closing  thought:  Do  more  good  than  harm
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