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Slides - IMCanadaConnect - Data Privacy, Higher Education – Why Should We Care?

Today’s student’s attitudes toward data privacy will shape the policies and practices that govern the internet.
Society needs to better understand college student attitudes, expectations, and behaviors regarding data privacy, and take a more active role in shaping behaviors. As students have become more aware of this ongoing data collection and use, they have begun to express their concerns and desires to limit the use of their data to guide institutional decision making.
Recommendations will address the collection and use of personal data, and how to gain student’s trust in managing their private information.

Andrew Geider has extensive Records Management experience in both public and private sectors with a Master of Archival Studies (MAS) and Certified Records Manager (CRM).
Andrew shares his knowledge with peers at ARMA and AIIM Conferences and teaches three levels of Records Management at Vancouver Community College and previously at University of the Fraser Valley. Andrew is Past President, ARMA Vancouver Board, a mentor for ARMA and Toastmasters novices and a candidate for the Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) Certificate.
Andrew developed change management strategies for the planning and implementation of electronic records management systems and is on the Enterprise Content Management Team implementing an ECM solution for the City of Burnaby, with role of Freedom of Information Officer, demonstrating how Records Management and Freedom of Information can complement each other.

Andrew is passionate about protecting people’s privacy and writes Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) to ensure local governments are not over-reaching in their gathering of personal information.

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