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Student Data Privacy Agreements: Lessons Learned from a Year Using the SDPC Database

Wednesday, January 18
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Room: Virtual
Cybersecurity, Data Privacy
Administrators, Teachers, Technology Leaders/Support

Whether you are using the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) database for the first time, or are revisiting it to renew agreements, you’ll want to hear about all of the lessons we have learned from the first full year of database use in Illinois. I will provide an updated “best practices” look at starting out with the SDPC database now that many new features have been introduced. We will discuss a teacher request workflow that is efficient. Finally, there will be ample opportunity to ask questions about agreement types, public facing databases, workflows, and more!

Sean Mullins
Sean Mullins
Director Of Instructional Technology, Olympia CUSD #16

Sean grew up in Springfield, IL, attended Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL, and has worked in education for the last fifteen years. He began as a 7th grade science teacher, transitioned to being a secondary technology coach, and currently serves as the Instructional Technology Director for the Olympia CUSD 16 school district in central Illinois. He enjoys finding creative technological solutions to problems that vex students, teachers, staff, community members, and administrators throughout a school system. When he's not working, he enjoys time with his wife, son, and two dogs (Maisy and Moose).