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Violence Against Women on the Internet

Campus Sexual Assault Policies
(opens: 4.16.02)
(opens: 4.23.02)
Sex Trafficking
(opens: 4.30.02)
The Internet as a Site of Resistance
(opens: 5.7.02)
(opens: 5.14.02)
NOTE: Modules will launch by 5 p.m. U.S. Eastern time on the date listed.


Register to participate in "Violence Against Women on the Internet"

Register below, and we will send you the login/password for access to the entire site on or before our launch date of April 16, 2002. If you are joining us after that date you are still welcome to register and participate, in which case you will receive the login/password within 24 hours of registering.

You will need to login separately to the discussion board part of the course, which is explained elsewhere in the site.

Note: Your registration data is for Berkman Center internal use only and will not be distributed to third-parties under any circumstances.

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Please click Submit ONLY ONCE. It may take a few seconds for the new page to load.

*First Name:
*Last Name:
*Email Address:
*Location (city, state, country)
*Professional Affiliation:
*Reasons for wanting to enroll in this series.


The class is divided into two discussion groups based on your expected commitment and level of participation in the discussion groups. Group A is the more active group; Group B is less formal and more general.

Select GROUP A - if you commit to spending from 2-3 hours per week on the modules, reading the materials, doing the case studies and participating in the group discussion.

Select GROUP B- if you commit to reading the modules but not to actively participating in the group discussion and the case studies.

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NOTE ON PARTICIPATION: Due to the subject matter of this cybercourse, it is absolutely essential that the group discussions are safe places in which the opinions of other students are respected. Of course, there can be disagreement about the issues, but disrespectful or abusive messages will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to drop you from the series without notice.

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