[Blog de Mr Fiorina] Comment le BIG DATA s’impose-t-il dans l’Enseignement supérieur ? – Ecole de Management des Systèmes dInformation EMSI Grenoble

A la croisée de l’école du futur et de ma vie de directeur, j’aborde aujourd’hui, de manière opérationnelle, la question du BIG DATA dans l’Enseignement supérieur. (…)

Les trois impacts de la data sur nos écoles :

  • La pédagogie et la recherche.
  • Le pilotage des établissements et la communication.
  • disposer de tableaux de bord de gestion.

Les défis à relever :

  • Organiser les flux et les usages
  • Former, expliquer, créer de la valeur
  • Protéger la vie privée et l’identité numérique

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Google Under Fire for Data-Mining Student Email Messages – Education Week

« As part of a potentially explosive lawsuit making its way through federal court, giant online-services provider Google has acknowledged scanning the contents of millions of email messages sent and received by student users of the company’s Apps for Education tool suite for schools.

In the suit, the Mountain View, Calif.-based company also faces accusations from plaintiffs that it went further, crossing a “creepy line” by using information gleaned from the scans to build “surreptitious” profiles of Apps for Education users that could be used for such purposes as targeted advertising.

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California is currently hearing the complaint, which alleges that the data-mining practices behind Google’s Gmail electronic-messaging service violate federal and state wiretap and privacy laws. Gmail is a key feature of Google Apps for Education, which has 30 million users worldwide and is provided by the company for free to thousands of educational institutions in the United States.

A Google spokeswoman confirmed to Education Week that the company “scans and indexes” the emails of all Apps for Education users for a variety of purposes, including potential advertising, via automated processes that cannot be turned off—even for Apps for Education customers who elect not to receive ads. »

viaGoogle Under Fire for Data-Mining Student Email Messages – Education Week.

Inside the datavores | Nesta

In our new report, Inside the Datavores, we quantify we think for the first time the link between higher levels of online data use in UK businesses, and their economic performance in terms of productivity and profitability.

Everyone is talking about data. Magazine articles, white papers from technology vendors and even dedicated television programmes extol the benefits of ‘big data’. Case studies in the business literature abound – Netflix, King.com, Spotify, Channel 4, Tesco.

Why should you read our contribution?  Simply put, because we need more data about data. Businesses need quantitative information on how more effective use of their data can impact their bottom line. And they need quantitative research on what management and organisation practices can maximise their return on investment.

viaInside the datavores: how data-driven businesses are raising productivity and increasing profits | Nesta.

Maison Blanche – Guidance for Providing and Using Administrative Data for Statistical Purposes

Maison Blanche – Guidance for Providing and Using Administrative Data for Statistical Purposes – 38 pages

‎www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/memoranda/2014/m-14-06.pdf

Open Data : ouverture et partage des données publiques culturelles / Ministère de la culture

Rapport réalisé par le Département des programmes numériques du Secrétariat Général sur l' »Ouverture et le partage des données publiques culturelles, pour une (r)évolution numérique dans le secteur culturel ».

Décembre 2013

viaOpen Data : ouverture et partage des données publiques culturelles / Missions et rapports / Actualités / Accueil / www.culturecommunication.gouv.fr / Ministère – Ministère de la culture.

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