What does it mean to be human in the digital age? The question of being human is for networked populations today highly entangled with digital media. The digitalisation of everyday life and our entire lifeworld raises a number of existential issues that relate both to what is mundane and to what is extraordinary.
The Centre for Research on Media Innovations at the Department of Media and Communications, University of Oslo invites researchers interested in Digital Research Ethics to a seminar and roundtable discussion on 1 December 2017. We will present and discuss contemporary ethical dilemmas that relate to digital research.
The Centre for Research on Media Innovations (CRMI) invites you all to participate in a workshop on Digital Research Ethics. The workshop is part of a collaboration between researchers at CRMI, IMK, the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) and Aline Shakti Franzke. The aim is to support researchers in ethical decision-making processes.
Hendrik Spilker will launch his new book "Digital Music Distribution: The Sociology of Online Music Streams" September 14 in Oslo. The event will be in Norwegian.
The Stream research project will host a breakfast seminar September 14 at the House of Literature in Oslo. The seminar will be in Norwegian.
Ordinær generalforsamlig i Centre for Research on Media Innovations avholdes i år 13. juni på Institutt for medier og kommunikasjon, UiO.
Before the annual general meeting in CRMI, there will be a seminar with IMK's Professor II, Lucy Küng. The seminar is open to everyone.
Nancy Baym, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England, is visiting Oslo next week. She will hold a guest lecture based on her new (in-press) book Relating to Audiences. Musicians, Media and the New Call to Intimacy.
There will be a lunch seminar with Christian Fieseler and Christoph Lutz Tuesday 25 October at the Department of Media and Communication. Both Fieseler and Lutz work at the Nordic Centre for Internet & Society, BI Norwegian Business School.
The Media Innovation Gathering 2016 is the industry session of the International Symposium on Media Innovations 2016.
At ISMI'16 editors, producers, executives, and academics from around the world will gather in Oslo to discuss innovation in the media industry. The Symposium is a small, but very intense conference that serves as a barometer for the state of media innovations.
Public lecture by Dr. Lucy Küng, professor II at the Department of Media and Communication. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion.
This year, the fourth International Symposium on Media Innovations is taking place in Brussels, on June 2.
Topic: Using strategic management concepts to decode and guide media and cultural organisations
The annual general meeting for menbers of the Centre for Research on Media Innovations is held at June 5.
At ISMI'14 editors, producers, executives, and academics from around the world will gather in Oslo to discuss innovation in the media industry. The Symposium is a small, but very intense conference that serves as a barometer for the state of media innovations.
CeRMI Members will meet on 5 November 2013 to discuss ongoing research projects.
Upcoming Panel on Trust in Online Environments
This will be an internal workshop for exchanging and discussing draft papers.
Jens Barland defends his PhD 28 November 2012. The thesis is entitled: Journalistikk for markedet (Journalism for the market).