Volume 21 Number 1 

Editorial
Safary Wa-Mbaleka

 


Living Alone: The Experiences of Married Single Students in Higher Education
Phanuel Manizabayo & Prema Gaikwad
 
Prismatic View of Gender Power Relations at the Intersection in Linda Ty-Casper’s Ten Thousand Seeds
Rosemarie Cerbito-Abocot 

Climate Change Advocacy through the Arts: The IMCC Kapagintaw Ethno-Rock 
Reynaldo Openiano Mancia & Helen Sumagang Tejero

Cheating During Examination: Inference on human Capital Quality 
Apolonio I. Machica, Jr., Ma. Rosario P. Abud,  Agnesia A. Machica, & Eliza C. Cabugawan

Acculturation of Children as Experienced by Foreign Mothers Studying in the Philippines 
Janet N. Odhiambo, Flor Marticio, & Eunice Aclan

Emergent Themes in Marketing Theory and Practice Literature from 1957 to 2015: A Systematic Review 
Innocent Sigauke & Kenneth Swansi

The Axiological Relevance of the Tumba-tumba Festival in Paoay, Ilocos Norte, Philippines 
Caesar Ziggy Q. Perlas

Wish to WISHCRAFT: A Peek into an Environmentally Friendly School 
Prema Gaikwad & Blessing Obaya

Empowering Persons with Disabilities Through Training and Employment: A Case Study 
Donie Ver Medalla & Bella Marie Medalla

The Sustainability of the Social Responsibility of Canaan Farmers’ Schools:  A Comparative Case Study of South Korea and the Philippines 
Daren Ngadima & Christel Arnaud Ngadima

Big Data, Education, and Social Responsibility 
Yaroslav Ovdiyenko

Fisher-Buyer Trade Relations: An Oppressive Reality 
Max Teody T. Quimilat



 

International Forum 
Vol. 21, No. 1
June 2018
Print ISSN : 0119-2000
Online ISSN : 2350-7497
 
FEATURE

Big Data, Education, and Social Responsibility
 

Abstract. The Internet has become one of the basic tools in everyday life of society. It is intensively used for education, as well as for entertainment, communication, and many other social activities. However, considering the evidence of digital acceleration, schools have become more disconnected from the World Wide Web in different ways. This paper identifies education opportunities and challenges in the contemporary informational realm addressing certain issues related to big data. On the one hand, it can revolutionize academia by giving it a new life. On the other hand, it can be dangerous, deceiving, and even killing. Thus, touching the contemporary reality linked to the daily life of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and other segments of society, this work aims at staying on guard of social responsibility pointing toward the new research horizons concerning the ways of innovative improvement of teaching products and services, informed learning strategies, and big-data-driven decisions related to both theory and practice in the settings of educational institutions.

 

Keywords: big data, education, e-learning, data science, data mining,  social responsibility 

 

 

Yaroslav Ovdiyenko, MS in Applied Mathematics
Ph.D. Student
Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies
Silang, Philippines

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