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= CyberOne At-Large (and growing!) =
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[[http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/cyberone/ CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion]] is a pathbreaking class offered in the Fall Semester of 2006 through Harvard Law School.  [[http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/cyberone/audiences/at-large/ At Large]] participants are non-enrolled students who are participating in the course in many ways: watching the videos, doing the readings, meeting informally in [Second Life], and organizing project groups on our own and with enrolled students.
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== At-Large Participants ==
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Here's a list of current At-Large Participants. 
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* [[List of At-Large Participants]]
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== The Mailing List ==
 
== The Mailing List ==
  

Revision as of 14:27, 14 October 2006

CyberOne At-Large (and growing!)

[CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion] is a pathbreaking class offered in the Fall Semester of 2006 through Harvard Law School. [At Large] participants are non-enrolled students who are participating in the course in many ways: watching the videos, doing the readings, meeting informally in [Second Life], and organizing project groups on our own and with enrolled students.

At-Large Participants

Here's a list of current At-Large Participants.


The Mailing List

If you are interested in connecting with other at-large participants please join the CyberOne at-large participants mailing list.


At-Large Student Projects


At-Large Second Life Meeting Transcripts

Here is the transcript from our meeting on Sunday, 9/24

Here is the transcript from our meeting on Sunday, 10/01

Here is the transcript from our meeting on Monday, 10/10


At-Large Participants' Discussion

  • Next Meetings in SL: Thurs, 10/12 at 9 EST; and Sun, 10/15 at 8:30 EST


Got Grassroots?

Crislc 00:18, 10 October 2006 (EDT)

For more info, Got Grassroots?.

At-Large Discussion


Project Timecode!

Please help us make highlight videos that will be shown on Cambridge Community Television, at other public access stations, and everywhere on the internet!

All you need to do is:

-Note changes in the topic of class discussion/lecture, interesting quotes, etc.

-Use an external player (so you can see the time) and note these interesting portions (i.e. hr:min:sec).

-Put your notes on the Video Timecode page.

Thanks! --Kwan Bul 21:12, 25 September 2006 (EDT)