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EDUCAUSE Now: - #35 - 1) FCC's Net Neutrality Proposal 2) Joshua Kim on Open Access and Blogging

This month on EDUCAUSE Now:  We speak with EDUCAUSE Policy Director Steve Worona to find out what the new FCC Net Neutrality proposal means for higher education. We also feature an interview with Joshua Kim from Dartmouth College on open access, and why blogging is still an important practice.

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This episode of EDUCAUSE Now features:

The FCC's Net Neutrality Propsal
(:35-5:57)
In December, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski introduced a controversial net neutrality proposal creating two classes of internet access, one for fixed-line providers and one for the wireless Net. We spoke with EDUCAUSE Policy Director Steve Worona to find out what this new proposal means for higher education.

Joshua Kim on Open Access and Blogging
(5:58-11:58)
Joshua Kim is wears more than a few hats. He is Director of Learning & Technology for the Master of Healthcare Delivery Science Program at Dartmouth College, he is an ECAR Fellow, and he blogs for Inside Higher Ed. In this interview we discuss open access and why he loves blogging.

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Running time: 12m 29s
File size: 5 MB

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