February 2010, Washington D.C.
The aim of this page is to provide a structure for the Free Culture 2010 unconference discussion around the future and focus of Students For Free Culture efforts.
Open University Campaign, 2008-2010
The Open University Campaign (derived from the Wheeler Declaration) was formulated with enthusiasm and expected to become a major project of Free Culture efforts. Over a year and a half later progress has been made, but some general goals and deliverables are missing and substantial work remains.
Lessons Learned to Date
- What progress has been made and what were the factors in those successes?
- What have been the roadblocks to more progress?
- Time/resources? Chapter involvement?
- Lack of institutional support?
- Is there significant intellectual disagreement on core principles of the campaign?
- If so, what is the common ground?
- What are the limitations of a student organization (if any)?
- How can SFC become a more effective advocate for Free Culture?
- How is Free Culture evolving generally, and what is SFC's relationship to that evolution?
- How can chapters be better supported?
- How can SFC as an organization best support the growth and activities of individual chapters?
- Israel Saeta Pérez (dukebody) - israel.saeta at gmail - Charter for Innovation, Creativity and A2K, OER Tools and Tech & FLOSS in Science Education.