Next week, Harvard is hosting the Internet & Society Conference 2007: UNIVERSITY Knowledge Beyond Authority.
The Internet & Society Conference is positioned to generate questions, insight and solutions from diverse perspectives across the landscape of University, with a focus on the role of University as an institution. We seek to establish University as a collective force much like ‘Government’ or ‘Private Enterprise’ in its ability to negotiate and compromise for our needs in the digital environment.
I’ll be there to discuss some of the issues in my Harvard Crimson op-ed: How should the university respond to copyright claims against its students, in a manner that respects both law and the university’s educational mission? If you’d like to, please join the working group or engage with questions online.