The case-law curriculum is available at http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/tfisher/CopyrightX_SyllabusA_2013.htm. The HLS curriculum, of which it is an abridged version, is available at http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/tfisher/Copyright_Syllabus_2013.htm.
 The global curriculum is available at http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/tfisher/CopyrightX_SyllabusB_2013.htm.
 For additional information concerning NB, see http://oeit.mit.edu/gallery/projects/nb-pdf-annotation-tool.
 The applications to the course were not so well balanced. 62% came from men; 38% from women.
 60% of the EdX participants reported watching the lectures at “regular” speed; 1% watched them at 0.75x speed; 25% watched them at 1.25x speed; and 14% watched them at 1.5x speed.
 The exam passage rate for students who used the case-law curriculum was 100/127 = 78.7%. The rate for students who used the global curriculum was 95/120 = 79.1%.
 Recordings of all six events can be obtained through http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/tfisher/CopyrightX_Events_2013.htm.