The ease of posting to social media has greatly increased the sharing of information but this can also pose a threat to classroom privacy and academic freedom. Examples from across the world illustrate how the expectation of classroom privacy has been eroded and the potential consequences are discussed. Additionally, this paper discusses how academic policies could potentially protect free speech in the classroom.
Frankosky, J. M. (2015). Social Media, Privacy, and the Academic Classroom. Urban Library Journal, 21 (2). Retrieved from https://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol21/iss2/3