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abernard102@gmail.com 2012-06-22


Use the link to access the full proposal submitted to the Harvard University Library, Library Lab. A brief overview reads as follows: “This project seeks to expand the beta version of a Web-based platform for creating, editing, organizing, consuming, and sharing course materials. We envision building a corpus of open source materials available for dynamic use by the faculty and students at Harvard and beyond. Instead of locking down materials in formalized casebooks, we believe that course books can be ‘free’ (as in free speech) for everyone to access and build upon. [1] Suzanne Wones, Assistant Director for Research, Curriculum and Publications, Law Library [2] Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law, Law School [3] Kendra Albert, Research Associate, Berkman Center for the Internet and Society”




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Date tagged:

06/22/2012, 22:49

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06/22/2012, 23:52