Seton Hall Law School
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How Ed Tech Shapes Pedagogy & Policy (& Vice Versa)
Elana Zeide is a visiting assistant professor at Seton Hall University School of Law, an affiliate at Princeton University�s Center for Information Technology, and a visiting fellow at Yale School of Law's Information Society Project. She studies data-driven instruction, virtual classrooms, and digital credentials in teaching and hiring. Her work focuses on the implications of shifting from human to big data-driven decision-making in education and hiring. This includes issues raised by smart environment surveillance, algorithmic profiling, and predictive analytics that rely on artificial intelligence. She examines these emerging technologies in light of institutional and organization implementation, oversight protocols, and legal protection (or lack thereof).�