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Mon, Sep 18, 2006

Free Classes on Online Dispute Resolution and Copyright in State of Play Academy

Check out these new virtual world classes, as described in a September 14, 2006 post over at Beth Noveck’s Cairns blog. (see post for more sign-up details)

State of Play Academy, New York Law School’s new virtual world law teaching academy, beta launches this week.  Building on the experience of the State of Play conference that has brought together technologists, lawyers, social scientists and other professionals to discuss the implications of virtual worlds, State of Play Academy continues that inter-disciplinary conversation online and throughout the year.

Our aim is to: 1) democratize law teaching by making it available to an open audience; and 2) understand how teaching and learning can most effectively be done within a three-dimensional, immersive and social online environment like a virtual world.

We’re having 45-minute ‘test’ classes each Tuesday and Thursday.  Please join us!

Tuesday 5:30 PST/8:30 EST
Online Dispute Resolution in
taught by Colin Rule, Head of Dispute Resolution, E-Bay and Fellow, Stanford Center for Internet and Society

Thursday 5:30 PST/8:30 EST
Copyright in Virtual Worlds
taught by David Post, I. Herman Stern Professor of Law, Temple Law School, Visiting Professor, New York Law School



Posted by: Bill Warters on 2006 09 18 | Filed under Tech News  

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