Conference Schedule

Streaming Link for Friday, June 1, starting at 9AM:
http://www.law.harvard.edu/media/2007/06/01/berkman.rm

Thursday, May 31, 2007

6:15 PM Cocktail Reception and Keynote by Nicholas Negroponte
Caspersen Room - Langdell Library, Harvard Law School

The capacity for this event has been reached. If you have RSVPed, please come to Langdell Library at 6:00pm for the reception..

Friday, June 1, 2007

8:30-9:00 Continental Breakfast & Registration
Ames Courtroom - Austin Hall, Harvard Law School

9:00-9:30 Introduction & Welcome

  • Professor Charles Nesson, Founder, The Berkman Center for Internet & Society and Internet & Society Conference Co-chair
  • Professor Charles Ogletree, Executive Director, The Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice and Internet & Society Conference Co-chair

9:30-10:30 Keynote: The Internet & University

  • Professor John Palfrey, Executive Director, The Berkman Center for Internet & Society

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-12:45 Working Group Session 1 (Morning / 5 sessions)
Various Rooms in Pound Hall, Harvard Law School

  • UNIVERSITY Agenda for Fair Use - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 100
  • Alternative Models for Scholarly Publications - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 101
  • Progressing UNIVERSITY General Counsels on IP - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 506
  • Connecting UNIVERSITY and Localized Curricula - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 107
  • UNIVERSITY and the Library - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 102

12:45-1:45 Lunch (Boxed lunches will be provided)

1:45-3:30 Working Group Session 2 (Afternoon / 5 sessions)
Various Rooms in Pound Hall, Harvard Law School

  • UNIVERSITY and the RIAA - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 102
  • Open Access at UNIVERSITY - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 101
  • UNIVERSITY Relationship Building - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 200
  • The Digital Identity of UNIVERSITY - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 107
  • Social and Cultural UNIVERSITY Communities - Location: Pound Hall Rm. 100

3:30-3:45 Break

3:45-5:00 Working Group Report and Action Plan
Ames Courtroom - Austin Hall, Harvard Law School

  • Six minute presentations by representatives from each working group (10 total)

5:00-5:30 Final Words

  • Professor Charles Nesson
  • David Weinberger

6:45 Food For Thought

Please sign up for Food For Thought dinners by clicking on the link and listing your name on the wiki.

  • "What should the fair use norms be for classroom teaching?"
  • "Are artists like professors - keepers of knowledge that they have exclusive rights to? Where does distribution end in today's world?"
  • "How do open access issues apply to knowledge in professional schools at universities?"
  • "What schools/programs are already leading the way in approaching education from a digital natives perspective?"
  • "What is the future of the University library?"