Bill of rights for learning in digital age: have you met the remix yet?

As HASTAC heralds a forum (the HASTAC way) on “A Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning in the Digital Age,” which calls for access, contribution from all over the world, and “pedagogical transparency” (students should know the background and outcomes of educational objects in advance), the open spirit represented therein calls to mind Lawrence Lessig’s advocacy of more reasonable copyright laws to support rapidly produced multimedia conglomerations. At this time, we are still waiting to hear if the two streams are finding each other.

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