Professor Christine Borgman will present the 10th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture on November 16, at 3:30 PM, the Faculty Club at UC Berkeley. In her talk titled Open Data, Trust, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier, she will discuss the clash between two policy trends in access to data. One trend is for researchers to provide open access to their data regarding grants and publications. The other trend is for universities to accumulate vast amounts of data about the activities of their communities in research, teaching, learning, services, and administration. The lecture will discuss these two trends, drawing on the pioneering work of the University of California in privacy and information security, data governance, and cyber risk.
Professor Borgman will give a dress rehearsal presentation of the same talk on November 8 at 2 PM, Young Research Library Presentation room, UCLA.
On November 17, Dr. Borgman will present the Information Access Seminar If Data Sharing is the Answer, What is the Question? at the Berkeley School of Information. The talk will present the latest research work of our Center for Knowledge Infrastructures within a project with the same title supported by Sloan Foundation.
Links to the upcoming presentations:
Dress Rehearsal of Open Data, Trust, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier – Nov 8, 2 PM, YRL Presentation room (YRL 11348), UCLA
The 10th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture: Open Data, Trust, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier – Nov 16, 2017, 3:30 PM, the Faculty Club, Berkeley
Information Access Seminar: If Data Sharing is the Answer, What is the Question? – Nov 17, 2017, 3:10 PM, 107 South Hall, Berkeley School of Information