Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Streaming on 15 October: Methodological challenges: The relationship between social and digital worlds

Tomorrow I and Marshall Dozier, University of Edinburgh, will be presenting a talk which will be livestreamed. It is entitled Social, ethical, digital: issues in 3D worlds research and we will actually be delivering the talk within Second Life, delivered via a skype screenshare (and then livestreamed). Our talk is scheduled to start at 2.05pm UK time (see http://tinyurl.com/p6nec28 for times elsewhere in the world). This is part of a University of Sheffield Faculty of Social Sciences seminar series on Methodological Challenges. This session focuses on The relationship between social and digital worlds and teh whole event starts at 1pm UK time.
The other speakers are: Jenny Ostini, University of Southern Queensland: How do we “get at” people’s everyday practices of digital technology? and my colleague Jo Bates, The University of Sheffield on The Importance of understanding the socio-cultural shaping of big data infrastructures. The event livestream will be here http://uecho.shef.ac.uk:8080/ess/echo/presentation/7e7242d2-537f-4ac0-81f2-18c8a40e3e9c and the website is here http://methodologicalchallenges.group.shef.ac.uk/?page_id=258

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