What’s happening with net neutrality, and what does it mean for education?
To find out I’m devoting this Thursday’s Future Trends Forum to a conversation with Jarret Cummings. Jarret is the director of Policy and Government Relations at EDUCAUSE, and probably the world’s leading expert on what the end of net neutrality means for learning and campuses.
To prepare for the session, or just to learn about the topic, here are some relevant readings:
- Cummings’ recent EDUCAUSE Review blog post about the higher education and libraries amicus brief in the case before the DC Circuit.
- An Ars Technica update on where net neutrality now stands.
- A web page from the National Conference of State Legislatures about state net neutrality initiatives.
- A post from the Benton Foundation nicely summarizing “Opening Day for the litigation appealing the Federal Communications Commission’s December 2017 network neutrality decision.”
- A January discussion hosted by EdSurge on what net neutrality’s demise means for educators.
We hosted Jarret this past January, where he patiently and generously introduced the topic:
If you’d like to join us on Thursday from 2-3 pm eastern time, just click here to register ahead of time or click there and then to join us live.
If you can’t make it, please leave thoughts and questions here for me to raise. We’ll post the session recording to YouTube, too.
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