... just deliberated in my first "JuryX: Deliberations in Social Change" HarvardX / edX course session in a MIT UnHangout group video conference in Harvard Law Prof. Charles Nesson's HarvardX / edX / JuryX online course. It was enjoyable and the course and edX platform are well done At the end of the session's deliberations on the Palsgraf tort case, I mentioned beginning 2 new law schools for Brazil and Mexico, to Claudio S in Brazil and Erick in Mexico.
So here are 3 new Law Schools at WUaS in Brazil, Mexico and Egypt but not yet in Spanish, Portuguese or Arabic:
Brazil Law School at WUaS -
Egypt Law School at WUaS -
Mexico Law School at WUaS -
JuryX: Deliberations for Social Changehttps://www.edx.org/course/juryx-deliberations-social-change-harvardx-hls3x#.VQ218TTF__X
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I also just added the following 5/5 star review to the JuryX edX course front page -
(and to a number of other social networking sites as well):
Harvard Law Prof. Charles Nesson, aka Eon, dean of cyberspace!, is inspiring.
I enjoyed taking his "CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion" course on Harvard's virtual island in SL in 2006, so I'm excited he's now teaching JuryX (http://juryx.net/) at HarvardX / edX. I also was a juror in his mock Burning Man trial, also on Harvard's virtual island a few years after this, where he got to be the judge! Charlie innovates with digital technologies in fascinating ways.
The HarvardX / edX platform is great for JuryX, - and inspiring too for startup online CC World University and School - http://worlduniversityandschool.org - which is like Wikipedia with best STEM-centric OCW (e.g. CC MIT OCW now in 7 languages and CC Yale OYC) and is planned for all 242 countries, with online law schools, and WUaS is also planned for all 7,870 languages.
Thank you Charlie, for this juryX course ... Perhaps we can start teaching JuryX in many languages at WUaS.
As I was re-watching Prof. Charlie Nesson's JuryX intro video, I found, too, this video with the Egyptian Director of the Library of Alexandra Dr. Ismail Sarageldin, who has a Harvard Ph.D. from 1972, meeting with edX -
See, too -
Here's Dr. Ismail Sarageldin Twitter:
I hope the spirit of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which informs both the time when Dr. Sarageldin lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, studying for his Harvard Ph.D. '72, as well as the freedom and openness orientation of edX, CC MIT OCW and CC Yale OYC will generate very fruitful collaborations and conversations with World University and School .
Wiki Library Resources pages at WUaS for all online libraries in all 9000 languages as the next Library of Alexandra :