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Module 6 Education Privacy and Big Data Algorithms Blog Post Review Paper

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  • Review the Blog Assignment details (see attached file). This includes more information and the rubric.
  • Module #6 Discussion Assignment Instructions:
    • Carefully review course resources for Module 6
    • "Start a New Thread" on your course blog and title it Module 6
    • Identify and explore a minimum of 2 themes
    • Reflect on these themes in relation to your personal life experience and/or current events
    • Be sure to reference a minimum of two course resources to support your reflection
    • Students are encouraged to include additional resources if relevant
    • Don't forget to cite all resources you use in your blog post in APA style

Your role:

  • You are expected to provide a thoughtful primary response that demonstrates you have read/watched the resources for the module.
  • You can respond in any of the following ways:
    • Written response: 250-500 words
    • Video response: 1.5 - 2.5 minutes
    • Audio response: 1.5 2.5 minutes
  • Additionally, you will be expected to provide at least two (2) additional comments/questions in response to another person's post or in response to a follow-up comment within 2 days of the due date.
  • The conversation will be much easier if you participate early (and often).
  1. Think Again - a Big Think Podcast #126. (2017, Nov 25). Civilization and Its Discontents – Maya Jasanoff. [Podcast]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/think-again-podcast/civilization-and-its-discontents-nil-maya-jasanoff-nil-think-again-a-big-think-podcast-126 [62.44]
  2. Salman Rushdie. (2017, December 18). Could A.I. Write a Novel Like Hemingway? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/videos/salman-rushdie-could-ai-write-a-novel-like-hemingway [3:06]
  3. Regan, P. M., & Steeves, V. (2019). Education, privacy, and big data algorithms: Taking the persons out of personalized learning. First Monday, 24(11). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v24i11.10094
  4. Kovač, M., & van der Weel, A. (2018). Reading in a post-textual era. First Monday, 23(10). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v23i10.9416

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• Review the Blog Assignment details (see attached file). This includes more information and the rubric. • Module #6 Discussion Assignment Instructions: o Carefully review course resources for Module 6 o "Start a New Thread" on your course blog and title it Module 6 o Identify and explore a minimum of 2 themes o Reflect on these themes in relation to your personal life experience and/or current events o Be sure to reference a minimum of two course resources to support your reflection o Students are encouraged to include additional resources if relevant o Don't forget to cite all resources you use in your blog post in APA style Your role: • You are expected to provide a thoughtful primary response that demonstrates you have read/watched the resources for the module. • You can respond in any of the following ways: o Written response: 250-500 words o Video response: 1.5 - 2.5 minutes o Audio response: 1.5 2.5 minutes • Additionally, you will be expected to provide at least two (2) additional comments/questions in response to another person's post or in response to a follow-up comment within 2 days of the due date. • The conversation will be much easier if you participate early (and often). 1. Think Again - a Big Think Podcast #126. (2017, Nov 25). Civilization and Its Discontents – Maya Jasanoff. [Podcast]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/think-again-podcast/civilizationand-its-discontents-nil-maya-jasanoff-nil-think-again-a-big-think-podcast-126 [62.44] 2. Salman Rushdie. (2017, December 18). Could A.I. Write a Novel Like Hemingway? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/videos/salman-rushdie-could-ai-write-a-novel-likehemingway [3:06] 3. Regan, P. M., & Steeves, V. (2019). Education, privacy, and big data algorithms: Taking the persons out of personalized learning. First Monday, 24(11). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v24i11.10094 4. Kovač, M., & van der Weel, A. (2018). Reading in a post-textual era. First Monday, 23(10). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v23i10.9416 ...
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Blog Post Review

Due to digital evolution, the world has experienced different changes in education and
reading. Furthermore, various studies have tried to explore multiple aspects of education and
reading that have changed over time. In his article “Reading in a post-textual era,” Miha Kovac
and Adriaan van der Weel analyze the significant social changes after carrying out a comparison
between publishing statistics and empirical research results on reading. The primary conclusion
arising from this statistic is that there have been significant changes in the last two decades. The
first shift was from textual to visual media and from long-form to short-form texts. All these
arise as a result of di...

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