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Hi everyone,

Right now I'm at Yale Law School participating in the Access to 
Knowledge. Several hundred attendees from over 40 countries are 
participating in the forum, which is focusing on strategies to broaden 
access to knowledge and knowledge-building tools, particularly for 
developing countries. There are educators, digital divide activists, 
intellectual property experts, free/open source activists, human rights 
campaigners and network neutrality activists participating in the event, 
among others. Yesterday there were half a dozen plenary speakers; I also 
moderated a panel on education technology and peer production of 
content, featuring Jennifer Corriero from, Saskia 
Harmsen and Jak Stienens of, and Steve Midgely of the Stupski 

I've posted a lot of notes on my blog, including a collection of 
questions I had planned to ask during my education panel before running 
out of time. One participant suggested I post the questions on my blog 
so people could continue the conversation online. All of this can be 
found here:


Andy Carvin
acarvin (at) edc . org
andycarvin (at) yahoo . com

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