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Information technology policy is impacted by a wide range of perspectives from international, national, state, and campus levels. This resource page underscores the connections among these different levels and how international organizations, Congress, federal agencies, state governments, and the courts all play a role in shaping IT policy and law, as well as why this matters to higher education. Campus policies, whether developed to comply with legal mandates or to formalize institutional norms and processes, are under constant development and review as a result of changes precipitated by the introduction of new information technologies.
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- Chapter 6: Why Openness in Education?
May 2, 2012
A chapter from Game Changers David Wiley and Cable Green This chapter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License In this chapter, we explore …
- The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind
December 10, 2008
James Boyle introduces readers to the idea of the public domain and describes how it is being tragically eroded by our current copyright, patent, and trademark laws. In a series of fascinating ca…