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Have I Got a Treat for You! The Institute for Computer Policy and Law
September 12, 2012 - 11:43am
The Institute for Computer Policy and Law is in its seventeenth year. Like all good girl scouts, it has made "new friends, and keeps the old, one is silver and the other gold!" This year we shared organization with my colleagues Oya Rieger and Kornelia Tancheva of the Cornell University Library to bring our legal and policy acumen to pressing academic questions such as scholarly publishing, copyright, Internet privacy, academic integrity and teaching and learning, to name just a few highlights.  We even added the subtitle: Internet Culture and the Academy.  The full program can be found at  Should you be able to attend, sign up soon, we would love to have you!  If you cannot, however, we will be streaming some of our keynote presentations, and invite you to remotely join along!
Login Credentials will be lifted at the time of transmission.  The session is free and open to the remotely viewing public.
"The Humanities in and for the Digital Age"
Kathleen Fitzpatrick
"Online Teaching and Learning: A Revolution in the Making"
Deanna Marcum
"Facebook Is Using You"
Lori Andrews
"Net Smart: How to Thrive Online—Essential Literacies for the Always-On Era"
Howard Rheingold
"Disciplined Inquiry in a Digital Age"
W. Gardner Campbell


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