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Course Introduction

Welcome to the Honors Think Tank on Transparency and Privacy, a collaboration between the University of Utah Honors College, the College of Law and the Marriott Library.  Twelve honors students will spend a year taking a critical look at the rapidly evolving and often clashing paradigms of privacy and transparency, particularly as they impact government and individuals.  By the end of the year students will have designed and completed both a privacy related and a transparency related project which will contribute to the ongoing policy discourse on these important societal issues and have a utility beyond the life of the course. Please follow the student’s progress on this web site and join in the conversation by posting your comments either here or on the project specific web sites.

HTT in the News:

Salt Lake City Endorses Transparency, OK's Guidelines -- Click to View the Resolution

Government technology: 5 Best Practices for Open Local Government

Sunlight Foundation: University Students launch Local Government Transparency Initiative

Salt Lake Tribune Editor’s Column: Government Transparency vs. Privacy — U. Students Have Some Ideas



Lessons Learned During the First Semester


Key Dates

  • Monday, Jan 9, 2012: Identification of team project
    Team projects will be posted on the Libguide
  • Wednesday, Feb 8, 2012: Draft detailed description of team project
    Teams will discuss their projects in their Facebook groups
  • Thursday, Apr 5, 2012: Team One presentation of final project to class
    Final projects will be posted on the Libguide
  • Thursday, Apr 12, 2012: Team Two presentation of final project to class
    Presentations will be posted on the Libguide

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Course Instructors


Randy Dryer, J.D.
Presidential Honors Professor
Professor of Law (Lecturer)
(801) 213-4106

Corper James, J.D.
Mabey Wright & James, PLLC
(801) 359-3663

Libguide/Research Librarian

Valeri Craigle, MLS
Assistant Librarian
(801) 585-5475


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