Besides the working groups, the largest focus of student activity will
be on a final project. Most final projects will be done in groups of 2
or 3 (though with permission of instructor students can substitute an
paper), and project topics will be chosen according to student interest.
(Students must consult with the instructor as to appropriateness of project
size.) Here are some sample project topics:
- Look at technologies for intellectual property protection and/or
You could synthesize and expand upon the discussion that appears in the
Proceedings of the 1994 CNI/Interactive Multimedia Association conference
on Technological Strategies for Protecting Intellectual Property in
the Networked Multimedia Environment. One of the many uses of these
results would be for a museum association that is designing model licensing
agreements for multimedia programs.
- Reorganize and/or create an index to all the WWW information produced
by students in this class over the past several years.
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