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== Introduction ==
  
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This is the course wiki for the Spring 2009 Harvard Law School seminar [http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/courses/2008-09/?id=6444 The Internet: Issues at the Frontiers], LAW-99045A (abbreviated name: iif). It is taught by Professors William Fisher and Jonathan Zittrain and meets Mondays from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM in Hauser 105.
  
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Course description:
  
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''This seminar explores frontiers question involving the Internet. Anticipated issues involve innovation, copyright, new uses of the wiki form, prediction markets, democratic polarization, and collective intelligence. Students will be expected to participate actively in innovative course design, and we might attempt to involve numerous people all over the world in the course through the Internet.''
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== Schedule ==
  
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Unless otherwise indicated, dates given are for normal class meetings from 5-7PM on Monday nights.
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* [[2008-11-21]] Optional wiki tutorial
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* [[2008-11-24]] Monday 12-1pm (class)
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* [[2008-12-01]] Monday 12-1pm (class)
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* [[2009-02-02]] Monday 5-7pm (REALLY class!)
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* ''TBA'' ([[Tech demo]])
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== Resources ==
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* [[Policies]]
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* [[Syllabus]]
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* [[Studying this class]]
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* [[Scheduling]] for class slots
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* [[Tools]]
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* [[Topics]]
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* [[Readings]]
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* [[People]]
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* [[Dietary notes]] for ordering food
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* [[Links]]
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* [[Supplementary interviews]]
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Latest revision as of 14:40, 21 May 2014

Introduction

This is the course wiki for the Spring 2009 Harvard Law School seminar The Internet: Issues at the Frontiers, LAW-99045A (abbreviated name: iif). It is taught by Professors William Fisher and Jonathan Zittrain and meets Mondays from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM in Hauser 105.

Course description:

This seminar explores frontiers question involving the Internet. Anticipated issues involve innovation, copyright, new uses of the wiki form, prediction markets, democratic polarization, and collective intelligence. Students will be expected to participate actively in innovative course design, and we might attempt to involve numerous people all over the world in the course through the Internet.

Schedule

Unless otherwise indicated, dates given are for normal class meetings from 5-7PM on Monday nights.

Resources


Note: Every page of the IIF wiki is public and indexed by search engines, although only registered users may edit entries. Thus, your posts may be read by people outside the Spring 2009 IIF class.