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Thursday
May 17th, 2012
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Room 103/104
America/Indianapolis
We all participate regularly in discussions of policy data, student learning data, and data privacy, yet it's difficult to bring the three domains together without conflict, as different priorities, technologies, and ideological stances are associated with each. In our roles as IT managers and security professionals, these three subject areas compete for our attention. We'll highlight the importance of each and suggest a series of ground rules for engaging in constructive conversation to seek essential solutions that push beyond a single domain approach to problem solving.
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