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Educational Uses of Content in the Digital Age

Educational Uses of Content in the Digital Age

Terry Fisher, Bill McGeveran and Jackie Harlow

William McGeveran, Jackie Harlow, and Professor William W. Fisher III presented a progress report on their year-long research project about Educational Uses of Content in the Digital Age, funded by a grant from the Mellon Foundation.

The project considers (1) the ways in which digitization alters the use of content by teachers and scholars in their educational mission; (2) what obstacles (legal, technical, or institutional) prevent the full potential of digital learning; and (3) what reforms might improve the situation. Professor Fisher is the lead investigator. Berkman Fellow William McGeveran and Berkman student fellow Jackie Harlow are coordinating the project.

Download the MP3 (time: 1:04:07)

Past Event
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Projects & Tools 01

Digital Media Project (DMP)

The goal of the Digital Media Project is not to advance a simple agenda but instead to help educate stakeholders – government officials, the media, artists, businesspeople, and…