The Institute for Computer Policy and Law: Internet Culture and the Academy

Date(s) of Conference:

September 19-21, 2012


Cornell University
Ithaca, NY


Topics covered include:

Internet law and policy:

  • Struggles over copyright, piracy, and privacy in a globally connected world
  • Internet privacy as social policy and the significance of social networking and online identity for students and academic professionals
  • Scholarly publications: Institutional funding, intellectual property, and peer review challenges
  • Integration of new media with teaching, learning, and research
  • Academic integrity in the digital age, including debates around how to define plagiarism and the value of technological detection systems)
  • Knowledge production, collection, and dissemination for academic librarians, and digital and information literacy for all
  • How the Internet is shaping the culture of the Academy

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