All related past events for Urs Gasser

Sep 21 2016 5:00pm to Sep 21 2016 5:00pm

Born Digital: How Children Grow Up in a Digital Age

featuring authors, John Palfrey and Urs Gasser

This publication is the expanded and updated version of the critically-acclaimed 2008 book, Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of DigitalNatives. The new edition builds upon recent research conducted by the Berkman Klein Center’s Youth and Media project and also includes insights from the Berkman Klein-UNICEF Digitally Connected network, as well as many other collaborators and colle

Dec 8 2015 12:00pm to Dec 8 2015 12:00pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

State of Student Privacy

with Urs Gasser, Sandra Cortesi, Dalia Topelson Ritvo, Paulina Haduong, and Leah Plunkett

The Berkman Center’s Student Privacy Initiative will be taking stock of our student privacy work to date and exploring future directions. At this luncheon, the Berkman team will do a deep dive into the privacy conversations that have been dominating the student privacy and educational technologies (“ed tech”) landscape over the past three years.

Jun 3 2014 12:30pm to Jun 3 2014 12:30pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

Framing the Law & Policy Picture: A Snapshot of K-12 Cloud-Based Ed Tech & Student Privacy in Early 2014

Leah Plunkett, Alicia Solow-Niederman, and Urs Gasser

The Berkman Center’s Student Privacy Initiative team presents a snapshot of K-12 cloud-based ed tech and student privacy in early 2014 before turning to pragmatic law and policy recommendations for protecting both student privacy and the generative potential of cloud-based ed tech.

Jan 30 2013 6:00pm to Jan 30 2013 6:00pm

Is School Enough?

A screening & conversation about youth and informal learning with digital media.

IS SCHOOL ENOUGH? While policy-makers and educational experts try to determine the best “system” for delivering a world-class education to tens of millions of students across the country, many young people are finding their own ways of expressing themselves, pursuing interests, and participating in communities that are both on and offline. Please join us for a preview screening of the new documentary that will be aired on PBS this spring followed by a panel discussion.

Oct 6 2009 12:30pm to Oct 6 2009 12:30pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

Cloud Law, Finance 3.0, and Digital Institutions: A Report from the Berkman Center's Law Lab

John Clippinger, Urs Gasser, and Oliver Goodenough

The Berkman Center Law Lab is a project devoted to investigating and harness the varied forces — evolutionary, social, psychological, neurological and economic — that shape the role of law and social norms as they enable cooperation, governance and entrepreneurial innovation. Through open observational and experimental web-based platforms and open source software, the Law Lab is seeking to understand and develop new digital institutions and research tools that can foster innovation and deepen our understanding of trust, transparency and human cooperation.