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(New page: == In short == * EMIM/IMKE joint e-course * 3.5 Estonian CP (AP), 5.0 ECTS * Ends with guided assessment == Objectives == * To increase the level of concern related to the uneven distri...)
 
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== In short ==
 
== In short ==
  
* EMIM/IMKE joint e-course
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* EMIM/IMKE joint e-course, due autumn term 2008
 
* 3.5 Estonian CP (AP), 5.0 ECTS
 
* 3.5 Estonian CP (AP), 5.0 ECTS
* Ends with guided assessment
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* Ends with guided assessment, tasks include a course  paper,  blogging and online discussions
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* Instructor: Kaido Kikkas
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== Objectives ==
 
== Objectives ==
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Independent tasks include reading, analysis of various materials
 
Independent tasks include reading, analysis of various materials
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== Literature ==
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Nothing compulsory, the following falls under the replacement literature:
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=== Books on paper ===
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* Himanen, Pekka (2002). Hacker Ethic. New York: Penguin Books
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* Levy, Steven (2001). Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution. Updated edition. New York: Penguin Press
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* Theobald, Robert (1998). Reworking Success: New Communities at the Millennium. Fourth Printing. Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers
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=== Online books ===
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* Barnes, P. (2006). [http://onthecommons.org/files/Capitalism_3.0_Peter_Barnes.pdf Capitalism 3.0: A Guide to Reclaiming the Commons]. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. ISBN 1576753611
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* Benkler, Y. (2006). [http://www.benkler.org/Benkler_Wealth_Of_Networks.pdf The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom]. Yale University Press, New Haven and London.
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* Boldrin, M., Levine, D.K. (2006). [http://www.dklevine.com/general/intellectual/againstnew.htm Against Intellectual Monopoly]. http://www.dklevine.com/general/intellectual/againstnew.htm
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* Goldman, R., Gabriel, R. (2006). [http://dreamsongs.com/IHE/IHE.html Innovation Happens Elsewhere: Open Source as Business Strategy]. Online version. Morgan Kaufman Publishers,
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* Hietanen, H., Oksanen, V., Välimäki, M. (2007). [http://turre.com/images/stories/books/webkirja_koko_optimoitu2.pdf Community Created Content: Law, Business and Policy]. Turre Publishing.
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* Lessig, L. (2004). [http://www.free-culture.org/freecontent/ Free Culture]: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity. The Penguin Press.
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* Lessig, L. (2006). [http://pdf.codev2.cc/Lessig-Codev2.pdf Code v. 2.0]. Basic Books.
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* Levine, R., Locke, C., Searls, D., Weinberger, D. (2001). [http://cluetrain.com/book/index.html The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual]. Perseus Books Group.
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* McLeod, K. (2005). [http://kembrew.com/documents/mcleod-freedomofexpression3.pdf Freedom of Expression®: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity]. Doubleday/Random House.
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* Okerson, A.S. & O'Donnell, J.J. (1995) (Eds.) [http://www.arl.org/scomm/subversive/toc.html Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing]. Association of Research Libraries.
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* Poynder, R. (2006) [http://poynder.blogspot.com/2006/03/basement-interviews.html The Basement Interviews]
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* Raymond, E. S. (2000) [http://www.catb.org/~esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/ The Cathedral and the Bazaar]. Revision 1.5.
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* Stallman, R. M. (2002). [http://www.gnu.org/doc/book13.html Free Software, Free Society.] Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman. Ed. Joshua Gay. GNU Press
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* Williams, S. (2002). [http://www.oreilly.com/openbook/freedom/ Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software.] O'Reilly.
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* Willinsky, J. (2005) [https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/willinsky/TheAccessPrinciple_TheMITPress_0262232421.pdf The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship]. MIT Press
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* Wynants, M., Cornelis, J., eds (2005) „How Open is the Future? Economic, Social and Cultural Scenarios inspired by Free & Open-Source Software“, CrossTalks, VUB Brussels University Press 2005. http://crosstalks.vub.ac.be/publications/Howopenisthefuture/howopenfuture_CROSSTALKSBOOK1.pdf
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=== Other online material ===
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* [http://www.rheingold.com/ Rheingold.com]
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* [http://www.rheingold.com/texts/OpenWorld.pdf Designing Business for an Open World]
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* [http://traumwerk.stanford.edu:3455/Rheingold/79 Digital Journalism]
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* [http://www.benkler.org Benkler.org]
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* [http://www.shirky.com/ Clay Shirky's Internet Writings]
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* [http://www.opencontext.org/  OpenContext]

Redaktsioon: 7. aprill 2008, kell 14:08

In short

  • EMIM/IMKE joint e-course, due autumn term 2008
  • 3.5 Estonian CP (AP), 5.0 ECTS
  • Ends with guided assessment, tasks include a course paper, blogging and online discussions
  • Instructor: Kaido Kikkas


Objectives

  • To increase the level of concern related to the uneven distribution of technology, networks and education, and the consequent problems with respect to gender, age, democracy and economy.
  • To promote awareness of ethical problems and dilemmas in today's society where media and IT are ubiquitous, thus making the consequences of questionable ethical decisions the more profound.
  • To encourage awareness of political processes boosted by new media technologies (direct participation), empowering feature of new media technologies for minority groups (e.g people with disabilities), as well as consideration of the influence of media in the new media context.
  • To guide the students toward new media solutions that avoid digital divides in terms of considerate design, and by taking into account the constraints of various special groups.
  • To allow students to obtain adequate insight into today's IPR issues, covering both traditional approaches (copyright, licenses, patents) and new community-based developments (FLOSS, Creative Commons, content communities)


Outline

As it is, the course has got two distinct topics, while references are made between them as well.

I Ethical issues in information society

  1. Ethics in turbulent times
  2. Towards the information society and networked world
  3. Censors vs Cyberspace
  4. Online Privacy vs the Big Brother
  5. Rid the fools of their money – the online world of crime and fraud
  6. The Digital Divide
  7. Ubicomp – good or bad?
  8. The Hacker Ethic in a Networked World
  9. The Empowerment: Different People, Digital World
  10. From Hacktivism to Cyberwar
  11. Global networks in global politics (social movements, participatory democracy and the Net)
  12. Social software, social engineering (social aspects of online manipulation)

II Legal matters and new media

  1. Intro: the author vs the information society
  2. The history and development of copyright
  3. The proprietary world: the WIPO approach to intellectual property
  4. More WIPO: Contracts and licenses
  5. The hacker approach: the development of free licenses
  6. The Millennium Bug in the WIPO model
  7. One Microsoft Way: the world of proprietary software
  8. The digital enforcement: DRM and others
  9. The uneasy alliance: Free Software vs Open Source
  10. The content models: Creative Commons
  11. Hybrid approaches
  12. What about the future?


Independent tasks include reading, analysis of various materials

Literature

Nothing compulsory, the following falls under the replacement literature:

Books on paper

  • Himanen, Pekka (2002). Hacker Ethic. New York: Penguin Books
  • Levy, Steven (2001). Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution. Updated edition. New York: Penguin Press
  • Theobald, Robert (1998). Reworking Success: New Communities at the Millennium. Fourth Printing. Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers


Online books

Other online material