Our goal is to create technologists conversant in policy and attorneys conversant in technology, helping them to tackle tech policy challenges in government and the private sector upon graduation. This project includes the development of open curriculum modules that position students to envision solutions to technical problems within a particular policy environment, which is carefully framed for pedagogical objectives.


Ryan Calo

School of Law – University of Washington

Batya Friedman

Information School – University of Washington

Tadayoshi Kohno

Computer Science & Engineering – University of Washington

Emily McReynolds

Tech Policy Lab – University of Washington

David Hendry

Information School – University of Washington


Tech Policy Learning Modules


Value Sensitive Design Course Meets Personal Drones

Undergraduate students learned value sensitive design by envisioning the possibilities for personal drones, a new category of personal technology.
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