EFF and the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society are working together to use this new process to challenge patent applications that particularly threaten growing 3D printing technologies.
A very simple guide to research between 2008 and 2012 into bullying including cyberbullying has been recently published by The Berkman Center for Internet & Society. The document Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review has been written in a structure and format that makes the task of locating specific aspects of bullying and cyberbullying simple and easy. Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review’ has been divided into two parts: ‘What is bullying’ and ‘What can be done about bullying’. Then in each part, the sections have been organised to begin with a short analytical summary which is then followed by several dot points about significant research findings. This comprehensive literature review of research into bullying is an ideal reference guide for busy educational leaders.
Peter Suber is director of the Harvard Open Access Project and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. His new book, Open Access, examines an emerging movement to bring research to everyone who might want to make use of it. Suber envisions a richer online world in which more scholarship is made open, in part for researchers themselves and in part for journalists and other “bridge builders” between knowledge and society to report it, summarize it, translate it into lay terms, make it more visible — and start connecting it with public policy issues or new developments in other fields.
“Until fairly recently the field used to be called ‘humanities computing,”’ said Jeffrey Schnapp, a co-founder of metaLAB at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Managing Director, Berkman Center for Internet and Society Harvard University, Nollywood Up Project Advisor, Colin Maclay said, “The Nollywood UP approach to fighting piracy is about creating value. It is a real opportunity to improve the industry and make it more sustainable. The vision of Lagos State Government in sponsoring Nollywood Up is impressive they see that it is important to bring this kind of group together to dive in and chart out the future of the Nigerian Film Industry. Nollywood has the opportunity to develop the next generation model for a creative industry.”