GDPR in education

Institutions must comply with European privacy legislation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), when using personal data, in order to guarantee the privacy of students and their data. This does have consequences for educational innovation with IT, for example online education and the use of study data.

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Learning analytics

The GDPR sets high standards when it comes to learning analytics. You have to consciously weigh up the risks for students and take appropriate measures. It is not a question of asking permission once and including a privacy statement on the site. With a step-by-step plan, SURF helps you on your way to shaping learning analytics under the GDPR.

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