Tag Archives: privacy

Harvard Researchers Used Secret Cameras to Study Attendance. Was That Unethical?

News storyA high-tech effort to study classroom attendance at Harvard University that used secret photo surveillance is raising questions about research ethics among the institution’s faculty members. The controversy heated up on Tuesday night, when a computer-science professor, Harry R. Lewis, questioned the study at a faculty meeting.

Read more at The Chronicle of Higher Education…

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Don’t Email Me

Don't Email Me. One professor banned students from emailing her. The results were great.
One professor banned students from emailing her. The results were great.

This article originally appeared in Inside Higher Ed.

A Salem College faculty member last semester took an uncompromising approach to curbing syllabus and inbox bloat: Why not ban most student emails?

Read more at Slate.com…