If you want to participate in the seminar, you must register by completing the on-line registration form. If you don't have access to a Web browser which can handle on-line forms, you can send e-mail to email@example.com to request a registration form via electronic mail.
It is unlikely that anyone in the country can claim complete expertise in all of the disciplines - law, economics, technology and education - that are required in these proceedings. But by combining the skills of the various participants in this seminar, we should be able to master enough of these topics to be able to make significant contributions to the debate.
In the seminar there will be a moderator who presents a weekly agenda on the Web site and who facilitates the on-line discussion. The moderator's role is to provide a framework for discussion and to maintain some degree of order in the participants' contributions.
Given the remarks above, the moderator won't claim any over-arching expertise, and will welcome contributions from people who correct errors or offer additions to the on-line material. There exists space on the Web for contributions from all of the seminar's participants.