At Large Page In Progress
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' Discussion
- Next Meetings in SL: Sun, 10/15 at 8:30 EST/5:30 SLT (OPEN TO ALL CYBERONE STUDENTS AND GUESTS)
--Members of CyberOne: Open Access are invited to meet and discuss the status of current projects.
Here's a list of current At-Large Participants. If you are an At-Large participant and are not listed, please add yourself to the list and provide a bit of information about yourself.
If you are interested in connecting with other at-large participants please join the CyberOne at-large participants mailing list.
To make the experience more fulfilling--and to prove the power of this new rhetorical space--At-Large participants are working to create diverse projects. Check out some of the current pprojects and new ideas for projects!
Discovery Through Error We learn by our mistakes I make a lot of mistakes -->Therefore, I learn a lot
The TRUTHS Project TRUTHS is an important idea, expressed in the language of a particular scientific discipline that needs to be better understood by the public, policy makers and scientists working in different fields. How might we use the new media (including Second Life) to clarify a scientific argument?
At-Large Meeting Transcripts
After we have meetings in Second Life, we try to post the discussions for those members who couldn't join us. The following are discussions we have held in SL.
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)