Berkman Offers Online Copyright Course via edX Platform

Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society is offering a 12-week online copyright course to 500 selected students. Applications are available now through January 3.

We’re excited to announce that Berkman Faculty Director Terry Fisher will be teaching a version of his Copyright course on the edX platform in the spring, beginning Jan. 28: https://www.edx.org/courses/HarvardX/HLS1x/2013_Spring/about.

Unlike other “MOOCs” (massive open online courses), Copyright will be offered to a relatively small cohort of 500 students, who will be admitted via an application process and supported by a small army of Harvard Law School Teaching Fellows. The Teaching Fellows will lead weekly, real-time discussions for course sections.

The application process is open now through Jan 3. We’re looking forward to diverse and international participation, and would very much appreciate if you could help spread the word to your communities:

Tweet: https://twitter.com/berkmancenter/status/281801653223559168

edX Copyright course page: https://www.edx.org/courses/HarvardX/HLS1x/2013_Spring/about

edX Copyright application page: https://hub.law.harvard.edu/copyrightx/courses/1?course_tracker_id=1

If the world doesn’t end soon, that is.

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