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Details TBA. Want to help organize the conference or volunteer? Email board |at| freeculture.org
 
Details TBA. Want to help organize the conference or volunteer? Email board |at| freeculture.org
  
== Brainstorm ==
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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.
  
What do we want to accomplish with next year's conference?
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== Open University Campaign, 2008-2010 ==
  
How should it be structured?
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The [[Open University Campaign]] (aka the Wheeler Doctrine) was formulated with enthusiasm and expected to become a major project of Free Culture efforts. Over a year and a half later some progress has been made, but the overall goals remain unmet and substantial work remains.
  
What kind of speakers should we invite?
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=== Lessons Learned to Date===
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* What have been the major roadblocks to significant progress?
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** Time/resources? Chapter involvement?
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** Scope?
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** Lack of institutional support?
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* Is there significant intellectual disagreement on core principles of the campaign?
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** If so, what is the common ground?
  
Potential funding sources?
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== Organizational Questions ==
  
Cool workshop ideas?
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* What are the limitations of a student organization (if any)?
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* How can SFC become a more effective advocate for Free Culture?
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** How is Free Culture evolving generally, and what is SFC's relationship to that evolution?
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* How can chapters be better supported?
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* How can SFC as an organization best support the growth and activities of individual chapters?
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* What do you want from a Board?
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
  
 
[http://conference.freeculture.org Free Culture 2008 conference]
 
[http://conference.freeculture.org Free Culture 2008 conference]

Revision as of 03:08, 3 February 2010

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February 2010, Washington D.C.

Details TBA. Want to help organize the conference or volunteer? Email board |at| freeculture.org

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 (aka the Wheeler Doctrine) was formulated with enthusiasm and expected to become a major project of Free Culture efforts. Over a year and a half later some progress has been made, but the overall goals remain unmet and substantial work remains.

Lessons Learned to Date

  • What have been the major roadblocks to significant progress?
    • Time/resources? Chapter involvement?
    • Scope?
    • Lack of institutional support?
  • Is there significant intellectual disagreement on core principles of the campaign?
    • If so, what is the common ground?

Organizational Questions

  • 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?
  • What do you want from a Board?

Resources

Free Culture 2008 conference