[IRP] Teaching Human Rights in the Digital Age - Course Reflections
Tue Jul 13 20:45:57 EEST 2010
I'm happy to share anything that might help build an internet rights and principles curriculum. -looking forward to any follow up points.
Next time I'd like more time to address the ?challenges? and "things I would do differently."
I'd also be interested to hear about experiences from others teaching similar courses outside of the U. S.
The Charter will also make things easier by providing a normative framework that establishes relationships between HRs and ICTs (beyond my own lectures and longer readings).
Cheers and thanks again!
Robert Bodle, PhD
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
Chair, Instructional Delivery Committee
College of Mount St. Joseph
Email: robert_bodle at mail.msj.edu
From: M I Franklin [cos02mf at gold.ac.uk]
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2010 5:01 AM
To: Bodle, Robert; Emily Laidlaw; Lisa Horner
Cc: irp at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org
Subject: Re: [IRP] Teaching Human Rights in the Digital Age - Course Reflections
Thanks so much for this. I enjoyed reading about this project; its a
role-model and inspiration to anyone incorporating these issues into
corollary programs or specific courses. I made some more points in a
follow-up. All the best this summer.
Way to go!
--On Wednesday, June 30, 2010 15:15 -0400 "Bodle, Robert"
<Robert_Bodle at mail.msj.edu> wrote:
Dr Marianne Franklin
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London SE14 6NW
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email: m.i.franklin at gold.ac.uk
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