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Digital Life Decoded: A user-centered approach to cyber-security and privacy
Instructors: Hannah Rainey, Libraries Fellow; Sonoe Nakasone, Lead Librarian for Metadata Technologies; and Will Cross, Director, Copyright & Digital Scholarship Center, all at North Carolina State University.
December 12, 2017, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Central time
The current technological and political landscapes have re-ignited conversations and concerns around digital security, privacy, and media literacy. Staff at NCSU developed a project branded as “Digital Life Decoded,” and grounded in substantial user research done in the spring of 2017 that identified three specific issues students were concerned about:
- Hacking of personal information
- Consent for use of information
- Understanding how their information would be shared
This 90 minute webinar will cover the process of development, including user research methods and project management. The bulk of the session will be spent walking through the 3 interactive activities from the pop-up programs developed. In addition to sharing methods and lessons learned, this webinar aims to heighten the conversation about our professional and personal roles in leading cyber-security and privacy.
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