OPEN SOURCE AND OPEN ACCESS (2 weeks).
Dates: April 18-29, 2011 (Reg by April 8).
Instructor: Michael Carroll, J.D., Professor of Law, Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, Washington College of Law, American University.
Description: Learn more about these two important movements and some of the issues associated with copyright, licensing, and consumer use from a founding member of Creative Commons and leading advocate for open access over the Internet to the research that appears in scholarly and scientific journals. Free as certification elective. Fee: $200/250 (member/non-member).
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FUTURE COURSES: http://www.cipcommunity.org/educationprogram/.
Copyright and Works for Hire w/ Laura Gasaway, May 16-27, 2011.
Crayons, Computers, and Copyright: Making sense of copyright opportunities in K-12 teaching w/Dwayne Buttler, June 6-17, 2011.