Education | Student Expression Rights
U212 | 33408 | Clayton Slaughter


This course will meet during the second 8 weeks. Instruction begins
Oct. 27.

Course Objectives:

1. Understand and plan how to legally and effectively express
personal views on the IU campus.

2. Articulate how student expression rights could be different in
different types of higher education institutions (public/private or
non-profit/profit).  This objective looks at issues such as the
ability of students to do certain activities or to be prohibited
from doing certain activities such as saying what they want (free
speech), publishing student newspapers, producing student radio,
participating in academic discussions, etc