Enforcing privacy for teenagers in online inquiry learning spaces

Abstract : In the Go-Lab European project, we are investigating an online lab portal that enables students to perform personalized scientific experiments with online labs. To protect sensitive student data, such as user activity data and learning preferences, this paper presents a classroom-like pseudonymity approach that fulfills the specific requirements of the Go-Lab portal: (1) enforcing student privacy, (2) enabling personalization, and (3) providing a teenager-friendly design.
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Na Li, Adrian Holzer, Sten Govaerts, Denis Gillet. Enforcing privacy for teenagers in online inquiry learning spaces. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Apr 2014, Toronto, Canada. ⟨hal-01205249⟩

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