Digital Dissonance, Disconnection and Noise: What it Means for Democracy
On 28 February 2019, Prof. Dr. Barbara Pfesch from Freie Universität Berlin will join us in Oxford for an OII Bellwether Lecture. Tickets available now!Find out more
Tomorrow's Leviathan: Intelligent Machines in a Political World
Join us in London on 5 March 2019 for an OII London Lecture with Professor Phil Howard, Director of the Oxford Internet Institute. Tickets available now!Find out more
Applications open for the 2019 Summer Doctoral Programme!
Current PhD students are invited to apply now for the two-week residential Summer Doctoral Programme at the Oxford Internet Institute. Deadline is 18 February 2019.Find out more
New book released!
OII's Professor Mark Graham has edited a new book, featuring contributors from a range of disciplines and locations who are investigating the impact of increased digital connectivity on people and places at the world’s economic margins.Find out more
EventThursday 28 Feb 2019
OII Bellwether – Digital Dissonance, Disconnection and Noise: What it Means for Democracy
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Dr Barbara Pfetsch from Freie Universität Berlin for the Bellwether Lecture 'Digital Dissonance, Disconnection and Noise: What it means for Democracy'. The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception.
EventTuesday 5 Mar 2019
OII London Lecture – Tomorrow’s Leviathan: Intelligent Machines in a Political World
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to present the Director of the OII, Professor Philip Howard for the lecture "Tomorrow’s Leviathan: Intelligent Machines in a Political World" in London.
Skills formation and skills matching in online platform work: Practices and policies for promoting crowdworkers’ continuous learning (CrowdLearn)
Despite the rapid growth of online platform labour, little is known about how crowdworkers acquire and develop their skills. This project seeks to address this important gap in our knowledge.
GeoNet: Changing Connectivities and the Potentials of Sub-Saharan Africa’s Knowledge Economy
This research project is examining the geographies, drivers, and effects of Sub-Saharan Africa's emerging information economies at a time of changing connectivity and Internet access across the region.
We offer both full-time and part-time courses including an MSc in Social Science of the Internet, MSc in Social Data Science and a DPhil in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences.
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