A brief photo tour of surveillance framing at education conferences

Over the years, Jen and Amy have noticed the ways surveillance practices are framed at higher education conferences. Technology vendors, set on selling things advancing the latest fix for education’s “biggest problems,” tout the building of trust and integrity through practices that collect massive amounts of data on students and imperil their privacy.

We have begun to document the framing of these surveillance practices, as part of an effort to better understand how we might get beyond surveillance and to educational efforts based on real trust.

Here are some initial examples. We welcome you to add examples that you have observed.

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