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Notes from the ACLU Privacy & Technology conference

The Learning Dispatch

Heather Poggi-Mannis , MicroAssist’s security training product manager, attended the ACLU Privacy and Technology conference at the AT&T Conference Center at the University of Texas Austin. The purpose of the conference was to start conversations about privacy, how technology can be used to violate it and what is being done to protect privacy rights. read more

Privacy: Online and in the Workplace

OpenSesame

The extraordinary expansion of technology in the last decade has fundamentally changed the way individuals, businesses and governments define privacy rights - and most of us are struggling to keep up. Right Content Revolution

This Week on #TalkTech: Going All Digital, Privacy Issues, and Automatic Content Recognition

Bottom-Line Performance

Will technology make privacy a thing of the past? He suggests that “privacy may actually be an anomaly.” He’s right… it’s honestly a rather new concept. Well the concept isn’t new, but the expectations are—the idea that privacy is a right. Google’s chief internet evangelist says ‘privacy may actually be an anomaly’ . Will we ever go all digital?

The EDEN Interviews: Yves Punie

Learning with e's

collaboration competencies content creation Digital education learning literacies privacy problem solving safety skills Technology work Yves PunieIt was a distinct pleasure to sit down in conversation with Yves Punie at the 25th EDEN Conference in Budapest in June. Unported License. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

Keeping the Learning Going

B Online Learning

Recently, I was talking to some friends of mine who work in learning and development and they were telling me that it’s coming up to that time of the year when everyone needs to retake their mandatory eLearning courses on privacy and bullying & harassment. They were saying that during the year there’s not too […].

Learning Analytics: A great boost for creating Learner Centric eLearning

Raptivity

Managing data privacy, security and associated cost is also a challenge. I am sure you already know about ‘analytics’. This term has been creating a lot of buzz for the past few years. It’s the process of collecting data, discovering meaningful patterns from it and transforming it into fact-based insights. Then does it have any relevance to eLearning? Well, yes. Is it useful? Yes it is.

How to fix our senseless compliance training

E-Learning Provocateur

This does not make any sense, because the laws governing privacy, anti money laundering, OH&S, and all the other topics, are the same for both banks! All big organisations have a Learning Management System. It’s used to track and record the training that the employees do. In practice, it tends to be used to administer compliance training, though it can be much broader than that.

Adobe Captivate: Mac Cures

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

  Click  Security & Privacy.     Select the  Privacy  category and, from the  Allow the apps below to control your computer area , select Adobe Captivate.app.   Fortunately, both problems are easily fixed. First, quit Captivate and then open your Mac's System Preferences ( Apple > System Preferences ).  Adobe Captivate

Is harboring eLearning data safe again?

LearnUpon

After a recent ruling declared the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles invalid, many LearnUpon customers  asked: what now for EU-US personal data transfer? Safer harbors: Privacy Shield. Privacy Shield , which has yet to be ratified, looks set to be that replacement. Privacy Shield should be much less ambiguous than Safe Harbor. Privacy Shield won’t change that much, either.

What You Need to Know About Software Training

Association eLearning

That can be a privacy concern. It’s no surprise that software training is often delivered as eLearning. Technology changes constantly and providing computer program or mobile app training on the device it’ll be used on just makes sense. But software training and its associated screen caps also present some unique challenges and considerations, as well as opportunities. Challenges.

Less Trainers; More Community Managers and Curators

Bottom-Line Performance

When privacy IS a concern, there are tools for that as well – enabling companies to keep content behind their own walls. This is an excerpt from  Sharon Boller’s  newest white paper,  Learning Trends, Technologies and Opportunities. The white paper describes today’s learning landscape… then predicts 7 trends for the next 12 – 18 months.

Just for me learning

Learning with e's

Clearly there are security and privacy issues to be addressed, but another trend is that learning is now becoming more untethered and we are witnessing a decline in the use of training rooms. I took part in a very interesting panel discussion with several other keynote speakers during the Adult Learning Symposium last week, in Singapore. Unported License.

Pokémon whoa!

E-Learning Provocateur

From public nuisances to privacy concerns , the game has also fuelled discourtesy , disrespect , and self harm. When I was a teenager I was addicted to video games. Not stay-awake-for-three-days-and-die-of-starvation kind of addicted, but I would spend every conceivable moment playing. There was always somewhere else to reach, something fascinating to find, another stratagem to try. So what?

Making Spectacles of ourselves

Learning with e's

As with any other wearable technology that captures and shares images and video, there are issues around privacy and misuse. The popular social media company Snapchat (soon to be renamed simply 'Snap') has released news of a product which might just revolutionise the wearable technology industry. Remember Google Glass ? It was never brought to market. It was unbelievable.' Unported License.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "World Privacy Forums Top Ten Opt Outs"

Mark Oehlert

» October 31, 2007 "World Privacy Forums Top Ten Opt Outs" Click here for info on opting out of everything from telemarketer calls to junk mail. October 31, 2007 in Errata | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference "World Privacy Forums Top Ten Opt Outs" : Comments The comments to this entry are closed. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "US House approves extension to Net tax ban" (Washington Post) | Main | Hey Designers! del.icio.us books futures Web 2.0

Saturday is the Best Day to Build Your LinkedIn Profile!

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

You will discover best practices for creating an online presence, learn about privacy and other settings, get tips on networking and protecting your online reputation, and more. What are you doing Saturday? Are you going to build something? storage shed perhaps? Face it, there's no way you'll finish either of those projects tomorrow. If you want to build something that matters, and get it done in a day, why not focus on your LinkedIn Profile?  During this class, you will learn to use the most powerful features of LinkedIn to get your profile noticed.

New Tools Bring Emotion and Feedback to Online Learning by Donna Wells

Learning Solutions Magazine

designers, what are the benefits for learners, and what are the privacy concerns? Recent news about facial recognition and tracking technology, and its potential use in adaptive eLearning, has intrigued some people and alarmed others. What exactly does this technology offer instructional. This capability will begin. showing up soon in authoring tools.

Mobile Learning: 3 Security Threats & 7 Ways to Beat Them

CommLab India

However, security and privacy issues in mobile learning may play spoil sport. Malware/viruses, system and data security, users’ privacy, Copyright and Intellectual Property Right (IPR) issues pose challenges in the path of mobile learning. Users’ Privacy. Anywhere, anytime, on-the-go learning has become a reality due to mobile learning. Three Threats. 1. Third Party Apps.

Standard Options Apply

MakingBetter

Some in the LTSC are very familiar with the European Union’s policies on privacy, security, data ownership and the rights of individuals in digital spaces. Anyone who’s built an LRS themselves loathes the complexity of the work that will be involved in figuring out the privacy, security, data ownership, transport and exchange mechanisms that we’ve put off because they were too complex… but if we want real international adoption of xAPI, this will need to be addressed for the European Union. This is a long read. There’s nuance that’s not easily summarized.

How Big Data Will Shake Up eLearning

OpenSesame

For one thing, the increasing usage of personal data goes hand in hand with raised concerns about the privacy and security of individuals. Data privacy regulations vary from country to country and the level of worry about privacy issues varies accordingly. There’s a lot of talk about big data and how it helps businesses become more responsive to customers’ fast-changing needs.

Feeding Your Learning Ecosystem

JPL Learning

You also have security, privacy and policy considerations. There are more options than ever before for people to engage in learning. The Internet is rich with content and networks where you can tap into specialized knowledge and content. As a leader in learning and development, you too have more options than ever before for developing and delivering training. Learning Learning Ecosystem

Oculus Rift Is Going To Be Awesome for Enterprise Training

Grovo

Have them practice with interactive software that gets them up to speed, at their own pace and in privacy, before subjecting them to a final test. Expectations have been running high for consumerized virtual reality since Facebook purchased Oculus VR, the most futuristic-sounding company in the world, in March 2014. It could be a self-guided tour. The possibilities are limitless.

The Top 5 Things Organizations need for Mobile Learning

Your Training Edge

Security issues related to connectivity, privacy and ethics are there, yet it is a good sign that percentage of organizations that consider security as the biggest barrier to adopt mobile learning is decreasing [5] , because of the implementation of cloud based secured servers and other cyber security technologies. Mobile learning is something I witnessed so widespread in this regard.

An Introduction to Population Health: Part 1

Web Courseworks

The obvious issue will be working with HIPAA and patient privacy. Population health has been defined as “the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group” according to Improving Population Health. However, the definition is still abstract and has not reached its full potential. For example, let’s use the population of diabetes.

What do the 24 #C2Xmas resources tell us about how to design modern content and learning experiences?

Jane Hart

Learn to dance online  – watch and try things out – in the privacy of your own home if you like! In my Countdown to Xmas, I offered a series of 24 daily posts in the form of a different learning resource.  So what do these 24 resources tell us about how to design content and learning experiences for the modern workplace? Here they are in one list – with my thoughts about what each one tells us about content and learning experience design. The Blood Typing Game  – an interactive simulation might be just the ticket. Learn to Draw  – you need time to practice.

Slack Vs. Hipchat: Which Works Best for Informal Learning?

eLearningMind

When working in an industry with strict privacy standards (think medical or financial) it’s not appropriate to share via an open communication tool. Still, corporate social media networks on secure servers are a possibility–with the proper privacy considerations, of course. Full disclosure: At eLearning Mind, we love Slack. When compared side-by-side, both have their pros and cons.

The interview

Learning with e's

We also tackled the thorny issue of privacy in the digital age. I''ve been doing a lot of interviews recently, live at conferences, by text, and on video and audio. Interviews are great ways to get ideas across, and the more informal they are the better. recently had the pleasure to be interviewed by Bonnie Stachowiack for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast series. It was wide ranging.

Gamification In Learning

Upside Learning

They are less concerned about privacy, share openly, and are mostly mobile. There has been so much buzz around gamification recently that it can be difficult to separate the hype from the reality. With clients asking the first questions about In this post I’m attempting to draw some lines around gamification in learning. This sort of mechanic can also be used in learning strategy as well.

Are YOU HIPAA (TX HB 300) Compliant in Texas?

OpenSesame

Covered entities must ensure that employees have a signed statement verifying that they were trained on HIPAA Privacy and Security. Federal HIPAA Privacy and Security fines range from $100 to $1.5 The Attorney General is required to maintain a website with information on consumer privacy rights, which state agencies regulate covered entities, information regarding each agency’s complaint enforcement process and their contact information. . It’s the law! Federal and state laws require patient medical information be protected and secured. . Comes into possession of PHI.

Host Your Corporate Training Videos on Your LMS – Why & How

CommLab India

Ensure the privacy and confidentiality of organizational information. These video hosting providers have their own security and privacy features, so your training videos are hosted in a secure place. There are many sites you can host your corporate videos on – for free. You can even host your corporate training videos on them. But that’s not a wise choice. Here’s why.

See the Results from Our 2014 Learning and Remembering Survey

Bottom-Line Performance

Compliance: AGSL, ACL, Privacy Act, Anti Money Laundering. We received a variety of thoughtful responses to our two-question survey on learning and remembering. Their was a wide diversity in respondents: 34 individuals from 21 different industries participated. Manufacturing. Medical Device and Diagnostics. Biotech. Pharma. Defense. Agricultural Supplies. Higher Education. Banking.

Wearable Technology: Does Google Glass still has the potential to transform Learning?

G-Cube

Many users found it cumbersome and there were of course some serious issues on the concern of privacy. Mobile Technology has reached a new landmark as the number of estimated mobile devices has crossed the 7 billion mark. Added to this, is the growing popularity of wearable gadgets that enable continuous connectivity for users. But we have to hold a smartphone in our hands to use it.

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Countering Social Media Fatigue (SoMeFat)

Learning Visions

What I update on my Facebook status can be viewed by lots of people (not anyone – I have designated my FB friends and set my privacy settings, but 300 people isn’t really a private place, is it? In these days of Social Media, many of us live increasingly in the public eye. What I write here can be viewed by anyone. What I say on Twitter can be viewed by anyone. fell WAY back on Twitter.

Our Digital Future 2: Smart clothing

Learning with e's

Administrators will be cautious about 'privacy issues', and misuse and will express concerns about security of data. We can't accurately predict what will happen in the future, but we expect it will be different to anything we have already experienced. One recent disruptive innovation is mobile technology. Wearable connected technologies are now common place. camera in your shirt button?