[Fwd: Harvard Cybercourse News]

Jay Thomas (jpthomas@ix.netcom.com)
Wed, 22 Apr 1998 11:29:40 -0400

I know this won't make it to the FoRK archive, with whatevers been
going on, but for those of you who are interested.....

Molly Shaffer Van Houweling wrote:
> Guest Students Admitted to Berkman Center at Harvard Law School's Popular
> Online Course
> Cambridge, MA - In response to overwhelming demand for participation in its
> first experimental online cybercourse, "Privacy in Cyberspace," Harvard Law
> School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society has added a guest access
> feature to the course.
> Guests can now observe the course's live online class sessions while in
> progress. Several student discussion groups have also agreed to admit guest
> observers.
> The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School launched
> the experimental cybercourse, moderated by Professor Arthur R. Miller, on
> March 3, 1998.
> Over 1100 students, from more than forty different countries, were admitted
> into the course before enrollment was closed. "But we were still flooded
> with requests from people hoping to join us," reports Jonathan Zittrain,
> Executive Director of the Center. "The guest access feature will let them
> experience everything that's going on in the course."
> To become a guest student or learn more, visit the cybercourse at
> <http://www.berkmancenter.org/>http://www.berkmancenter.org
> To access the "Lecture Hall" or "Discussion Groups," guests should enter the
> username "guest" (without quotes) and leave the password field blank.
> The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School charts, and
> in some ways attempts to shape, the explosive development of the globally
> networked environment (a.k.a. Cyberspace).
> The Center's philosophy is that in order to understand this new environment
> one must actually build out into it, a form of self-active study. Visit
> the Center at
> <http://cyber.harvard.edu/>http://cyber.harvard.edu

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