Some great ideas and important points of discussion brought up in this document, including the right to access, privacy, financial transparency, civility, and play.

The document, drafted by a dozen educators brought together by the MOOC pioneer Sebastian Thrun, proposes a set of “inalienable rights” that the authors say students and their advocates should demand from institutions and companies that offer online courses and technology tools. (See a related article.)

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