We organise a range of research seminars, lectures and conferences relating to the Internet; the majority open to the public, and many of them webcast. Please register for events by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +44(0)1865 287209. How to find the OII.
24 May 2017
Speakers: Magdalena Góralska
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Magdalena Halina Góralska for her OxDeg talk 'Bull in a China Shop. Mixing Methods in a Difficult Field Research Online'.
30 May 2017
Speakers: Yorick Wilks
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Yorick Wilks for his talk 'Will There Be Superintelligence And Would It Hate Us?'
1 June 2017
Speakers: Marie Hicks
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Marie Hicks to talk about her book Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost Its Edge in Computing.
OxCrowd: From Tags to Tools: Using crowdsourcing to understand and encourage engagement with cultural heritage
6 June 2017
Speakers: Dr Kathryn Eccles, Jamie Cameron
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to have Kathryn Eccles and Jamie Cameron give the second OxCrowd talk of the term 'From Tags to Tools: Using crowdsourcing to understand and encourage engagement with cultural heritage'.
7 June 2017
Speakers: Naomi Vogt
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Naomi Vogt for her OxDeg talk ''I don't believe in my face': the Post-Internet of Ryan Trecartin'.
8 June 2017
Speakers: Ben Shneiderman
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Ben Shneiderman from the Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland for the OII Colloquia talk 'The New ABCs of Research: Achieving Breakthrough Collaborations'.
15 June 2017
Speakers: Professor Philip Howard
The Oxford Internet Institute presents Professor Philip Howard's Inaugural Lecture 'Is Social Media Killing Democracy? Computational Propaganda, Algorithms, Automation and Public Life'
19 June 2017
Connected Life is a conference series run annually by the OII students and is dedicated to sparking exchange between disciplines and showcasing emerging Internet research.
Wednesday 13 - Friday 15 September 2017