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Feb 24th, 2012
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Pavilion, Plaza Level
Pacific Time
The Internet, increasingly affordable computing, open licensing, open access journals, and open educational resources provide the foundation for a world in which a quality education can be a basic human right. Yet before we break the "iron triangle" of access, cost, and quality with new models, we need to educate policymakers about the obviousness of open policy: public access to publicly funded resources.