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How should they be designed to ensure maximum use by scholars? The Oxford e-Social Science project aims to understand how e-Research projects negotiate various social, ethical, legal and organizational forces and constraints, in order to help researchers avoid these problems when building scientific collaborations. Presence research focuses on understanding and controlling the cognitive experience of being somewhere, or someone: Exploring the information seeking, organizing, archiving and communicating capacities of physical sciences communities as a study case and role model for effective information processing regimes and behaviours in complex problem-solving tasks.
The e-Horizons Institute researched the coming technological breakthroughs in e-science that will have cross-sector social and economic implications as they are taken up by business, government and other actors. The World Wide Web of Science project assesses whether, and to what extent, the Internet and the Web are transforming access to sources of scientific expertise, and whether these sources are becoming more concentrated or more diversified.
An Age of Limits: Social Theory for the 21st Century - R. Schroeder - Google Книги
Web archives are the best hope for future researchers to understand the web of yesterday and today, but efforts to ensure that archives will be useful are lagging. This report asks what challenges web archives face, and suggests how to address them. Meyer, Dr Christine Madsen.
Establishing a framework for e-Humanities research using available open source tools and technologies and archived web content to create novel research interfaces to the first of many, scholarly, e-Humanities web collections. This course critically examines the unprecedented opportunities and serious challenges inherent in big data approaches to advancing knowledge. An overview of the major findings to date regarding the social implications of the Internet, drawing material from several social science disciplines, including communication studies, sociology, and political science.
This course will introduce to some of the fundamental questions that have been raised in this domain across the social sciences. How have digital technologies changed research practices in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities? This option course for the OII MSc in "Social Science of the Internet" moves beyond the hype to critically examine the unprecedented opportunities and serious challenges inherent in big data approaches to advancing knowledge.
Ralph Schroeder discusses very large datasets during a seminar on quantitative methods in social media research held at the OII on 26 September What do we gain and lose with big data? How is big data changing the way we do research? Ralph Schroeder discusses the main themes of his lecture in the OII's "Society and the Internet" lecture series, covering different types of shared virtual environments eg virtual worlds like Second Life and how people interact in them. This talk will reflect on work about shared virtual worlds and virtual environments, including various methods to study them and how this field has developed.
This workshop is targeted at those who are working at the coal face of big data in the social sciences. This one-day policy forum will bring together leading academics in the rapidly evolving field of Digital Social Research with key thought leaders from business, industry and government interested in the future of research policy and practice. Technical innovations are enabling scholars to reconfigure how they do their work across all phases of the research process, from discovery to dissemination.
What are the implications of this for the foci, quality and significance of research? The Internet has fundamentally changed how research is done. This talk explores the impact these changes have on the role of academic knowledge in society, and on how the public engages with this knowledge. This lecture will give an overview of different types of shared virtual environments and how people interact in them. This includes virtual worlds like Second Life as well as immersive virtual reality environments.
This event marks the publication of 'World Wide Research' by MIT Press, with a keynote on directions in digital social research and a panel discussion on the role of advanced Internet and Web technologies for research practices across disciplines. A workshop aimed at doctoral students in the areas of information science, library science, web science, Internet studies, or related disciplines who are working on topics related to the Internet and other networked technologies. As Sweden prepares to go to the polls, trolls are polluting the country's political debate, and the alt-right is happy.
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Right-wing populists around the world have used social media to gain power. They have bypassed traditional broadcast and print media to speak directly to their publics. Ralph Schroeder comments on Facebook research which analysed users moods but was seen by some people to be covert. He says it is an important study which shows how words can manipulate emotions in the way that face to face contact does.
Ralph Schroeder comments on Facebook research which analysed users' moods but was seen by some people to have been carried out covertly. In an article about a dispute between the Language Council of Sweden and Google on the term 'ungoogleable' Ralph Schroeder points out that there are people such as activists in China who need to keep off search engine radar. CV My papers Website. Ralf Schroeder The recent study on emotional contagion in Facebook has caused much debate.
Professor Ralph Schroeder This project aims to expand and build upon the Science Shop ecosystem that currently exists in Europe and beyond. Taylor, Josh Cowls The project will follow 'big data' from its public and private origins through open and closed pathways into the social sciences, and document and shape the ways they are being accessed and used to create new knowledge about the social world.
Meyer, Ulrike Deetjen The aim of this study is to undertake an in-depth examination of the practices in data sharing to advance the science of dementia and other age-related neurodegenerative diseases.
Meyer, Josh Cowls The Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities project works with data derived from the UK domain crawl from to , in order to develop a framework for the study of web archive data and produce a major history of the UK web space. Data for Policy Participants: Meyer A study of big data and other innovative data-driven approaches for evidence-informed policy making.
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Professor Ralph Schroeder, Dr Greg Taylor, Dr Monica Bulger The aim of this study is to identify key challenges to the realisation of benefits from big data in the UK economy, along with pathways to overcoming these challenges. A Usage and Impact Study Participants: Meyer, Dr Christine Madsen, Dr Kathryn Eccles This project combined quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure the impact of online scholarly resources and to develop a best practices toolkit that allows assessment of the impact of digitisation projects by researchers and funding bodies. Professor Ralph Schroeder, Dr Marina Jirotka, Professor Anne Trefethen, Grace de la Flor, Sharon Lloyd, Mustafizur Rahman, Dr Monica Schraefel, Dimitrina Spencer, Andrew Warr The 'embedding e-science applications' project addressed the difficulty of managing requirements for usability in e-science projects, and developing collaborative approaches to system development that allow for communication of these requirements.
Meyer, Dr Kathryn Eccles Aiming to better understand the organizational, collaborative and technological developments in e-Infrastructures which are effective in supporting virtual research organizations in different fields. Humanities Information Practices Participants: Presence Research in Action Participants: Meyer Presence research focuses on understanding and controlling the cognitive experience of being somewhere, or someone: Physical Science Information Practices Participants: The e-Horizons Institute Participants: Meyer The e-Horizons Institute researched the coming technological breakthroughs in e-science that will have cross-sector social and economic implications as they are taken up by business, government and other actors.
The World Wide Web of Science: Dutton, Professor Ralph Schroeder, Professor Alexandre Caldas The World Wide Web of Science project assesses whether, and to what extent, the Internet and the Web are transforming access to sources of scientific expertise, and whether these sources are becoming more concentrated or more diversified. A Futures Perspective Participants: