Kimberly Anastácio is an Internet Governance and critical infrastructure researcher and PhD candidate at the American University School of Communication. She studies the sociopolitical implications of the Internet technical structure. She received a B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from the University of Brasília, and worked for the Department of Public Policy Analysis of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation.
Written by Kimberly Anastácio
For teachers who work across national borders, copyright and licensing restrictions can create barriers that prevent them from doing their work. This affects the quality of instruction, and also impedes the growth of global learning strategies that otherwise have the potential to lower the North/South gap in educational access.Copyright problems impede cross-border teaching
This study investigates how clashing copyright regimes affect the work of cross-border teaching in higher education. It explores constraints on pedagogy both from copyright policies at the national level and from conflicts between regimes internationally. As the recent pandemic demonstrated, and as previous research has shown, pedagogy requires flexibility that...