CompSci 290
Spring 2024
Educational Technology Practicum
7 Key Principles of Privacy by Design
Key Principles of Privacy by Design
Representation Chart from Privacy Ninja

In-Class Presentations: User Data Collection

We know where you are. We know where you've been. We can more or less know what you're thinking about. — Eric Schmidt, co-founder of Google

In pairs, present your research about the use of user data when developing software during class in a short talk (no more than 5 minutes):

  1. Personally Identifiable Information (PII), FERPA, SOPIPA, and GDPR Compliance
  2. Data Transparency and Minimization
  3. Data Equity, Inclusivity, Assumptions
  4. Data Storage (local versus cloud) and Retention
  5. Data Interoperability and Security
  6. Data Anonymization and that it may be impossible

Submitting your Work

Add your presentation materials (such as slides or notes) to the shared class notes repository's data_collection folder.

You can either clone the repository and push your files or upload them through the website when you are ready.


Developers of EdTech must be mindful of many data-related concerns to ensure privacy, security, and (international) legal compliance. Keeping these in mind can keep your good idea from being viewed as:

You may use any resource you want for your review, but you must cite it in your presentation or README (as appropriate).