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The ninth case study from the UK Higher Education Learning Space Toolkit.
Setting out the responsibilities of educational institutions to ensure that learning analytics is carried out responsibly, appropriately and effectively.
Advice on data protection law around how colleges, universities and other learning providers collect and use information
Clarifying the legal aspects of recording lectures at UK further and higher education institutions.
The police and other law enforcement agencies may need assistance to prevent, detect or investigate criminal activity involving networks or computers at Janet-connected sites.As...
National and international law apply to activities carried out using computers and networks. The UK has a number of laws which apply particularly to computers...
It is strongly recommended that anyone responsible for a computer or network should collect sufficient logs of activity to be able to identify the account...
Any network operator will need, from time to time, to examine the traffic that is flowing on their network, whether for capacity planning, tracing faults...
Files on disk are not, in general, covered by the Investigatory Powers Act (note that this Act does apply to e-mail messages in mailboxes or...
Most of the daily activities of network and system managers are likely to be subject to the law. Most things the law require are, in...
This report investigates the meaning and (potential) impact of the Findable Accessible Interoperable and Reuseable (FAIR) data principles in practice.
Technology has a key role to play in delivering more personalised student experiences successfully and making equality of opportunity happen.
How AI is being used in education, from recognising and classifying data to generating new content from scratch. The fifth in a series of reports to emerge from our horizon scanning project.
Helping you make informed decisions about collection management and asses how your electronic resources are used.
Giving librarians clarity about the extent of their access rights to electronic and physical resources.