program: Microsoft Research alliance; $25M over 6 years; advanced educational
technology enhancement projects
embraces the role that this new material--OpenCourseWare--can play in the by
now not new realm of the whole Open Access imbroglio regarding the scholarly
record vs. the entertainment industries in terms of intellectual property
rights and law, and how Universities need to do something to ensure they have
a “place at the table” in bargaining in this arena. Link to notes on the Hal Abelson talk on
the Information Commons, guarding against encroachment of IP interests and
economic forces (read: publishers greed), etc.
|“Goal” is more
straightforward (!), nearly self-explanatory.
All the Good Things come out of achieving this goal.
|(Well, at least
the plumbing/mechanism is set up to permit people to now Do the Good Things
with these kinds of tools.)
expresses the still very high level thinking about principles to employ in
achieving the goal
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|So, what drove
that Vision? … TURN … (need for