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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.
 
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 (lessons learned) ==  
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== 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.
 
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.
  
=== Questions ===  
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=== Lessons Learned to Date===  
 
* What have been the major roadblocks to significant progress?
 
* What have been the major roadblocks to significant progress?
 
** Time/resources? Chapter involvement?
 
** Time/resources? Chapter involvement?

Revision as of 03:07, 3 February 2010

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?