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Whose Law? The Problem of Jurisdiction on the Internet
January 1, 2005

The question "What law am I obligated to obey?" is a fundamental one in any legal system and one that every lawyer should be able to answer for his or her client. It is, though, decepti…

Regulation of the Internet: The Hows and Whys of Telecommunications Reform
January 1, 2005

The Internet has enjoyed years of relative freedom from regulation compared to other communication avenues such as telephone and cable. Is this about to change? Why, and why now? How will the out…

Policy Development Theory and Practice: An Emphasis on IT
January 1, 2005

This presentation will discuss a generic process for policy development that was developed by policy administrators from various institutions that belong to the Association of College and Univers…

Can't Stop the Music: Dealing with File Sharing on Campus
January 1, 2005

With P2P use continuing to grow even in the face of more than 11,000 RIAA and MPAA lawsuits—so far!—and with Internet2 making it even more tempting, the issue of music file sharing remains at…

Narrowcasting 101: Using Blogs, Podcasts, and Videoblogs in Higher Education
January 1, 2005

A key element of the new Web is narrowcasting, which includes Weblogs, podcasts, and video blogs. Practices surrounding narrowcasting that use RSS feeds and aggregators to distribute increasingly…

The Current State of E-Portfolios in Higher Education
January 1, 2005

According to Casey Green's 2004 Campus Computing Survey, the number of institutions offering e-portfolios doubled from the previous year to include nearly one-third of U.S. institutions, and…

Google’s Library Digitization Project: Reports from Michigan and Oxford
January 1, 2005

Late last year, Google announced agreements with five major libraries (Harvard, the University of Michigan, the New York Public Library, Oxford University, and Stanford University) to embark on a…

The USA PATRIOT Act: Past, Present, Future
January 1, 2005

Just six weeks after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Congress adopted the USA PATRIOT Act. Enacted with the best intentions and in response to a serious threat, the PATRIOT Act passe…

iPods and Academia: The Duke First-Year Experience
January 1, 2005

In August 2004, Duke distributed 20GB Apple iPod devices to each first-year student. Titled the Duke First-Year Experience, the iPod initiative was intended to stimulate creative uses of digital …

Outsourcing and Offshoring
January 1, 2005

Outsourcing and offshoring provide opportunities for cost reduction and service improvements. It is important, however, to carefully select target tasks and services and to have appropriate contr…

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