KIC Meeting Agenda and Meeting Notes

12/21/10 9am

9 - 9:10


9:10 - 9:35

Voicing concerns about Legal issues: AUP, Curriculum and ©

Review of some of the voices on the scene and in the debate

9:35 - 10:00

AUP review and categorization exercise

10 - 10:15


10:15 - 10:40

Community Knowledge Building: Consider the trouble points of several AUPs and offer concerns and alternatives

10:40 - 11

Open Agenda


Your Tasks

What I will need you to do to prepare as an interested community is to find the online link to your district or school AUP and post it to the Google Doc for today’s meeting at the beginning of the meeting so we have it for consideration.


 I will have several other examples from the Internet community for consideration...


Second we would like you to consider the following questions and be ready to defend your position on them:

Useful Reference:  Copyright for Educators, Presentation at TIES Convention 2010

Aimee Bissonette, J.D., Attorney, Little Buffalo Law & Consulting

Tuesday, Dec 7, 2010

Related thing to share:

In February Hamline University and EMID 6067 (East Metro Integration District) will be co-hosting a day-long event devoted to exploring issues of technology and equity in education.  We will have  a keynote speaker and a panel discussion then afternoon discussion groups.  Teacher in EMID member districts can attend free of charge and have a sub provided by the Office of Equity and Integration.  Teachers in other districts may register for a small fee.  The event will also be streamed via Elluminate for anyone wishing to attend virtually.  Virtual attendance is free and unlimited.

(the information in this site is subject to change)

Another useful piece of information:

Here is a whitepaper from a vendor that directly addresses some of the issues that we need to consider as we build our AUP and technical legal infrastructure: