ISIE Fall 2004
Community: ISIE Fall 2004
Starting in October 2004, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is launching the Internet & Society Idea Exchange, thus beginning to establish an online network of specialized yet intermingling communities, discussions and course development projects The aim of this global initiative is to build shared understanding and cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research on specific topics centered around the Internet and its interaction with fields of study including policy, economics, law, arts, innovation, learning, and creativity.
Description: The aim of the course is to provide in-depth explorations of a number of topics necessary to designing and supporting modern data networks.
Description: The Digital Democracy 2004 project is operating in conjunction with Charles Nesson's "Digital Democracy" course at Harvard Law School, Fall 2004. Participants in Professor Nesson's class, and in Professor Hal... [more]
Description: This course is designed to critically assess the institutional forces that shape and create the demand for information technology (IT). It will also discuss how the consumption of IT impacts... [more]
Description: From rural villages in Africa to global governmental summits, interest in the potential of information and communication technologies (ICT) to address the problems of economic and social development in the... [more]
Description: English: Intellectual Property class by Jorge Cortell, (Multimedia Internet Applications Master) Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain). We will discuss the concept, law, current situation and alternatives to "Intellectual Property". --------... [more]
Description: This class will examine the reciprocal relationship of technology and technology policies, on the one hand, and relations within and between states, on the other. In other words it will... [more]
Description: This project is the online discussion space for the year-long Internet Law Colloquium 2004 at Harvard Law School, taught by Terry Fisher, Charles Nesson, John Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain. The... [more]
Description: In this project, we will investigate the real and possible boundaries in cyberspace between open and closed systems of code, of commerce, of governance, and of education, and the relationship... [more]
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Description: Starting in October 2004, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is launching the Internet & Society Idea Exchange, thus beginning to establish an online network... [more]
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Description: This class is designed to provide an overview of current issues in what has been called “cyberspace law” or “Internet law.” But as you will see, very few — if... [more]
Description: This course offers an introduction to perspectives on the social, organisational, and economic processes contributing to innovation within new media, information and knowledge systems. The new media and advanced information... [more]