Program

Program (Curriculum) with Tracks and Classes
 
        We have been developing the APSIG Program since September 2015 as the two-year project in 2015~2017.
        We target APSIG classes to Internet governance experts and leaders.
        We have 15 Core Classes (indicated in bold characters), and 9 Other Classes (indicated in non-bold characters) in 7 Tracks 
        as well as 6 Candidate Classes. Each class consists of 30-45 minutes lecture followed by 45-60 minutes discussion.  
        A Hot Topic Session, a Case Study Session, a Lighting Talk Session, and a Workshop/Role Play Class may be offered additionally.
       
0. Opening and Closing Sessions

1. Internet Governance - General
    1.1 Internet Governance - Introduction, History and Principles
          1.1A Internet Governance - Introduction
          1.1B Internet Governance - History
          1.1C Internet Governance - Principles
          1.3A  Regulatory Framework
          1.3B  Net Neutrality
    
2. Internet Governance  - Perspectives
          3.1A   Multistakeholder Model
          3.2B   Stakeholders; GovernmentsPrivate SectorCivil SocietyTechnical Community, Academic Community

5. Human Rights
    5.1 Human Rights - General
    5.2 Privacy

6. Cyber Security
    6.3 Cyber Surveillance 
   
 
7. Internet Governance - Extended   
    
       
8. Candidate Classes
    8.1 Access
    8.2 Intellectual Property
   

A.  Hot Topic Sessions, Case Study Sessions, and Lightning Talk Session
B.  Group Discussion Workshop
C.  
Role Play Class

Remarks:
         - The Program is primarily designed for 4~6 day schools with advanced classes.  If a mini-school for 2~3 days is to be offered, it may be necessary
           to modify tracks,
 and/or classes.
         - There are three levels of courses; advanced, general, and introductory.  APSIG offers the advanced course, and national SIGs
 offer a general course
           for Internet governance practitioners and/or an introductory course. 
Memo on advanced course vs introductory course is provided for clarification.

Editorial Note on Program Development
   
2015.9~10     Initial Program development
   2015.11~12    Initial Review at APSIG and APrIGF on Core Classes
   2016.1~5        Additional Candidate Classes
   2016.5            Initial Surveys at APSIG; All Classes for 2016-2017, 2016 APSIG Classes
   2016.9            First Major Revision (based on 2016 APSIG school)
   2017.9            Complete APSIG Program development under APSIG Pilot Project in 2015-2017