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1 Creative Commons Investigative journalism in the age of social news Tom Warren, investigations correspondent, BuzzFeed UK gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Warren 10 Mar 2017
2 Creative Commons Newsweek: Legacy title as startup Part of The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Owen Matthews, Contributing editor and former Moscow and Istabul Bureau, Chief, Newsweek. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Owen Matthews 01 Mar 2017
3 Creative Commons Freedom of information and the informed citizen Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Heather Brooke, investigative journalist, author and Professor of journalism at City University, introduction by Richard Sambrook. Heather Brooke 24 Feb 2017
4 Bilingualism and the Internet Scott Hale (Senior Data Scientist) delivers a talk as part of the Creative Multilingualism and TORCH Bitesize Talks at Linguamania, Ashmolean Museum. Scott Hale 22 Feb 2017
5 Creative Commons Making an impact with journalism in today's 24/7 digital news landscape Part of the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Rachel Oldroyd, managing editor, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Rachel Oldroyd 27 Jan 2017
6 Reuters: innovating to stay ahead - from pigeons to multimedia The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series Jane Barrett, global head of multimedia, Editorial, Reuters, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Jane Barrett 22 Nov 2016
7 Reuters: innovating to stay ahead - from pigeons to multimedia The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series Jane Barrett, global head of multimedia, Editorial, Reuters, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Jane Barrett 22 Nov 2016
8 Creative Commons Quartz: a mobile-first approach to news Part of the the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series, by Akshat Rathi, Reporter, Quartz. Introduction by RIchard Sambrook. Akshat Rathi 04 Nov 2016
9 Grouches, Reflections and Wish lists, The Diary of an Academic Medic Philippa Matthews (Honorary Research Fellow, Nuffield Department of Medicine) gives the eighth and final talk in the conference. Philippa Matthews 02 Nov 2016
10 Data Publication; Discover, Explore, Visualise Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran ( Research Lecturer, Oxford e-Research Centre) gives the seventh talk in the conference. Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran 02 Nov 2016
11 Interactive Visualisation: For teaching, research and dissemination Scott Hale (Data Scientist, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) gives the sixth talk in the conference. Scott Hale 02 Nov 2016
12 Why do Academics need Journalists to design their Visualisations? Alan Smith (Data Visualisation Editor, Financial Times) gives the fifth talk in the conference. Alan Smith 02 Nov 2016
13 Visualising 150 Years of Correspondence between the US and Germany Felix Krawatzek (Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford) gives the fourth talk in the conference. Félix Krawatzek 02 Nov 2016
14 Visual Journalism John Walton (Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC News) gives the third talk in the conference. John Walton 02 Nov 2016
15 Data Visualisation Mark Hahnel (Founder of figshare), gives the second presentation in the conference. Mark Hahnel 02 Nov 2016
16 Data Visualisation, a publisher's point of view Richard O’Beirne (Digital Strategy Group, OUP) gives the first talk in the conference. Richard O’Beirne 02 Nov 2016
17 Creative Commons How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series by Nic Newman, digital media strategist and research associate, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Nic Newman 14 Oct 2016
18 'Light' Part 1 - Connecting to the internet through your lights Can we receive information through our lighting? Dominic O'Brien 25 Jul 2016
19 Creative Commons Closing Keynote: Open Access and Digital Humanities – Opening up to the World Isabel Galina, (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) gives the closing keynote for the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. Isabel Galina 08 Jul 2016
20 Creative Commons Graphic Motifs as an Aid to Handwritten Archive Transcription and Searching Chris Powell, (The Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford) gives a talk for the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. Chris Powell 07 Jul 2016
21 Creative Commons Linked Data and Leitmotifs – Digitally Researching the Reception of Richard Wagner’s Music-Dramas Carolin Rindfleisch, (Faculty of Music, University of Oxford), gives a talk for the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. Carolin Rindfleisch 07 Jul 2016
22 Creative Commons Big Data and the Humanities Ralph Schroeder, (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) and Laird Barrett (Taylor & Francis) give a talk for the DHOXSS 2016. Ralph Schroeder, Laird Barrett 06 Jul 2016
23 Creative Commons Hidden Museum: Connecting Collections in Context Scott Billings, (Oxford University Museum of Natural History, University of Oxford), Theodore Koterwas, (IT Services, University of Oxford), Jessica Suess, (Oxford University Museums, University of Oxford), give a talk for the DHOXSS 2016. Scott Billings, Jessica Suess, Theodore Koterwas 06 Jul 2016
24 Creative Commons ViTA: Visualization for Text Alignment Alfie Abdul-Rahman, (Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford) gives a talk for the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. Alfie Abdul-Rahman 06 Jul 2016
25 Creative Commons Cybersecurity and the Age of Privateering: An Historical Analogy DPhil research using a historical analogy to mercantile companies, privateers, and pirates to shed light onto the blurred boundaries between state and private interests. Florian Egloffs 05 Jul 2016
26 Opening Keynote: Identifying the point of it all: Towards a Model of "Digital Infrapuncture", Deb Verhoeven, (Deakin University) gives the opening keynote talk for the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. Deb Verhoeven 05 Jul 2016
27 Creative Commons Tim Wu on the right to be forgotten The author of the Master Switch says that while the right to be forgotten is a good idea in theory, the reality is that it may hamper entrepreneurship in Europe. Tim Wu 29 Jun 2016
28 Creative Commons Evgeny Morozov on the dark side of internet freedom Author Evgeny Morozov highlights the dangers that sometimes emerge when governments and corporations harness the internet to serve their own objectives. Evgeny Morozov 16 Jun 2016
29 The Future of the BBC Special lecture by former Chairman of the BBC Trust and current Chancellor of the University of Oxford Lord Patten of Barnes on the future of the BBC. Followed by a discussion between Lord Patten and Tim Gardam, Principal of St Anne's College. Lord Patten of Barnes, Tim Gardam 05 May 2016
30 Creative Commons Digital Food Activism Karin Eli and Tanja Schneider gives a talk for the UBVO seminar series on 29th November 2015. Karin Eli, Tanja Schneider 08 Feb 2016
31 Creative Commons The ‘Who’ and ‘What’ of Diabetes on Twitter Mariano Berguerisse Díaz, Amy McLennan and Stanley Ulijaszek give a talk for the UBVO seminar series on 28th November 2015. Mariano Berguerisse Díaz, Amy McLennan, Stanley Ulijaszek 08 Feb 2016
32 How new media are changing African journalism Ismail Einashe, London-based freelance journalist covering Africa, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Ismail Einashe 04 Feb 2016
33 The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - Navigating the infosmog Richard Sambrook, Director of the Centre for Journalism at Cardiff School of Journalism and RISJ senior research fellow, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series . Introduction by James Painter. Richard Sambrook 28 Jan 2016
34 What is e-Research? Introducing the Wolfson College Digital Research Cluster Introducing a new strategic collaboration between Wolfson College and the Oxford e-Research Centre. Christina Redfield, David De Roure, Andrew Richards, Wesley Armour 16 Nov 2015
35 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage – Digital Editor, The Economist, spoke at the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar on Wednesday 7 May 2014. Tom Standage 21 May 2015
36 Old Problems, New Media: Revenge Porn and the Law - RightsUp Episode 1 Episode 1 from RightsUp at the Oxford Human Rights Hub. Kira Allmann, Max Harris, Laura Hilly, Jessica Mason 06 May 2015
37 Creative Commons Children and the Internet- Lecture 2 Second lecture in the Green Templeton College 2015 lecture series. Sonia Livingstone 30 Mar 2015
38 Humanities and Science: Culture and Technology An interdisciplinary discussion exploring culture’s interaction with technology Maria Blanco, Fritz Vollrath, Andrew Wilson, Lionel Tarassenko 16 Mar 2015
39 Silicon Valley and Journalism: Make up or Break up?: Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 Emily Bell, Director at the TOW Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School, today delivered the Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 for the Reuters Institute in Oxford. Emily Bell, Tim Gardam, Alun Rusbridger, Vivian Schiller 10 Dec 2014
40 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part two Alan Smith, Principal Methodologist, Data Visualisation at Office for National Statistics, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Alan Smith 18 Nov 2014
41 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part one Claire Miller, Senior Data Journalist, Trinity Mirror Regionals, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Claire Miller 18 Nov 2014
42 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Civil society perspective Aleks Collingwood, Programme Manager, Statistics and Quantitative Specialist, Joseph Rowntree Foundation gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Aleks Collingwood 18 Nov 2014
43 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Policy/government perspective Chris Hemingway, Head of Analytics, Fraud, Error and Debt Programme, Cabinet Office gives part one of a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Chris Hemingway 18 Nov 2014
44 Visual journalism at the BBC - where the web meets TV Amanda Farnsworth, editor, Visual Journalism for the BBC, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Amanda Farnsworth 18 Nov 2014
45 New Patterns of Innovation: Barclay Lecture 2014 Professor David Gann, Vice-President and Chair in Innovation and Technology Management, Imperial College, London, gives the 2014 Barclay Lecture at Green Templeton College David Gann 13 Nov 2014
46 How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Nic Newman (former Future Media Controller, BBC and RISJ Research Associate) gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Nic Newman 03 Nov 2014
47 Data visualisation and the fourth technological revolution? Professor Luciano Floridi, Director of Research, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Data Visualisation Conference, 20 June 2014. Luciano Floridi 29 Oct 2014
48 Invisible Digital in Museums Anjanesh Babu, Ashmolean museum, gives a talk on the different roles and uses IT has in museums Anjanesh Babu 21 Oct 2014
49 Crowdsourcing and community groups Alison Roberts, Ashmolean museum, gives a talk on how the museums are crowdsourcing ideas from community groups to improve collections and exhibitions Alison Roberts 21 Oct 2014
50 Is the printed word dead? Kathryn Sutherland, Drummond Moir and Sara Lloyd give talk for the St Anne's college Alumni Weekend 2014 Kathryn Sutherland, Drummond Moir, Sara Lloyd 15 Oct 2014
51 What is a Cyber-Attack? What constitutes a cyber-attack and who conducts them? What are the risks to society? Sadie Creese will discuss these issues and explain research underway at Oxford to help in the detection and prevention of attacks. Sadie Creese 03 Oct 2014
52 Ukiyo-e to Emoji: Museums in the Digital Age Martin Roth, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, delivers the annual TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) open lecture at the DHOxSS 2014. Martin Roth 04 Aug 2014
53 Creative Commons The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone The 2014 Univ Access Lecture took place on Tuesday 17th June in Merton college. Professor Daphne Koller, co-founder of Coursera and Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, discussed “The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone”. Daphne Koller, Ivor Crewe 29 Jul 2014
54 The Class: Connections and Disconnections in the Digital Age This talk by Prof. Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics, reflects on a recent ethnographic study of a year 9 class – researched at school and at home over an academic year. Sonia Livingstone, Chris Davies 27 Jun 2014
55 Creative Commons Innovation in Legacy Media - The Challenge for Leaders Professor Lucy Keung, Jonkoping University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Lucy Keung 19 May 2014
56 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, media correspondent, The Economist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series Tom Standage 19 May 2014
57 Keeping our secrets? Shaping internet technologies for the public good The Internet and related technologies, like smartphones and social networking services, are now a pervasive part of British life. Connected cars, smart cities, and ambient loos are coming soon. Ian Brown 24 Mar 2014
58 The FT’s digital strategy James Lamont, Managing Editor, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series James Lamont 17 Mar 2014
59 Creative Commons Privacy in a Digital Age Julian Huppert discusses privacy in a digital age. Julian Huppert 10 Mar 2014
60 The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism Rob Kitchin discusses how cities are being instrumented with digital devices and infrastructure that produce ‘big data’. Rob Kitchin 03 Mar 2014
61 New Media, New Civics? Ethan Zuckerman explores contemporary anxieties about "a crisis in civics" and look at the idea that civics is changing along with digital media. Ethan Zuckerman 03 Mar 2014
62 The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism Rob Kitchin discusses how cities are being instrumented with digital devices and infrastructure that produce ‘big data’. Rob Kitchin 03 Mar 2014
63 Creative Commons Thoughts Towards a History of ICT4D - And Its Future Role David Souter uses the history and development of ICT4D as a framework to critique ICT4D approaches and consider the relevance of ICTs and ICT4D to the post-2015 development agenda. David Souter 27 Feb 2014
64 Thoughts Towards a History of ICT4D - And Its Future Role David Souter uses the history and development of ICT4D as a framework to critique ICT4D approaches and consider the relevance of ICTs and ICT4D to the post-2015 development agenda. David Souter 27 Feb 2014
65 Creative Commons How best to communicate with communities affected by disaster? Case Studies from Typhoon Haiyan This seminar will investigate how different technologies were used by CDAC Network Members in the immediate response to Typhoon Haiyan, focusing particularly on how needs assessment data was collected, shared and acted upon. Nicki Bailey 27 Feb 2014
66 How best to communicate with communities affected by disaster? Case Studies from Typhoon Haiyan This seminar will investigate how different technologies were used by CDAC Network Members in the immediate response to Typhoon Haiyan, focusing particularly on how needs assessment data was collected, shared and acted upon. Nicki Bailey 27 Feb 2014
67 Creative Commons University of Oxford summit for Safer Internet Day 2014 Dr Stuart Lee, introduces the University of Oxford's summit for Safer Internet Day 2014 about the challenges of online harassment and bullying. Stuart Lee 18 Feb 2014
68 Creative Commons How Mobile Phones are changing journalism practice in the 21st Century Dr Adrian Hadland, Director of Journalism, University of Stirling gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Adrian Hadland 15 Feb 2014
69 "Emerging Markets" on the Internet Vili Lehdonvirta discusses emerging markets on the Internet. Vili Lehdonvirta 12 Feb 2014
70 How Do People Interact with Virtual Environments? Andrew Przybylski discusses the motivational dynamics of how people approach ICTs, social media and video games. Andrew Przybylski 12 Feb 2014
71 Learning, Education and the Internet Rebecca Eynon summarises key areas of her research on learning, education, and the Internet. Rebecca Eynon 12 Feb 2014
72 Creative Commons ePetitions Scott Hale discusses epetitions Scott Hale 12 Feb 2014
73 Does Social Media Use Change the Type of News We Receive? Jonathan Bright explores the impact of social media on news consumption. He examines how social media users choose what to share, how this varies by platform, and what the implications may be for the type of news coverage that people receive. Jonathan Bright 12 Feb 2014
74 The Online Initiative: Rethinking Public Spaces in the Digital Transition Luciano Floridi presents 'The Onlife Initiative', a project he chaired for the European Commission on how ICTs are modifying our relationships to ourselves, to others, and to the world around us. Luciano Floridi 12 Feb 2014
75 The Gardener, the Dentist, and the Long-Jumper: Ethics in the Age of Information Luciano Floridi discusses his new book, 'The Ethics of Information', and outline the nature and scope of Information Ethics. Luciano Floridi 12 Feb 2014
76 Creative Commons The Internet in a post-PRISM world Dan McQuillan examines the Internet in a post-PRISM world, and asks if its power to tackle global poverty will be lost. Dan McQuillan 12 Feb 2014
77 The Internet in a post-PRISM world Dan McQuillan examines the Internet in a post-PRISM world, and asks if its power to tackle global poverty will be lost. Dan McQuillan 12 Feb 2014
78 Crowdsourcing and Development of Activity Systems: the Case of Emergency Response Gregory Asmolov suggests applying the notion of activity systems and zones of proximal development, as conceptualized in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), to the field of ICT4D. Gregory Asmolov 12 Feb 2014
79 Crowdsourcing and Development of Activity Systems: the Case of Emergency Response Gregory Asmolov suggests applying the notion of activity systems and zones of proximal development, as conceptualized in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), to the field of ICT4D. Gregory Asmolov 12 Feb 2014
80 The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Implications for ICT4D Research Richard Heeks explores new post-2015 development agenda and its implications for ICT4D (information and communication technologies for development) research priorities. Richard Heeks 12 Feb 2014
81 Creative Commons The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Implications for ICT4D Research Richard Heeks explores new post-2015 development agenda and its implications for ICT4D (information and communication technologies for development) research priorities. Richard Heeks 12 Feb 2014
82 Creative Commons Rise of the Operaters Discussion of Internet surveillance, parliamentary oversight of security services, the Digital Economy Act, communications data, and government data sharing. Mike Bracken 17 Jan 2014
83 Creative Commons A Better Internet for Kids – With or Without Politicians? Internet safety has been at or near the top of the political agenda in the UK for half a decade. Do the UK's children have a better internet experience compared with kids elsewhere? Simon Milner 17 Jan 2014
84 Creative Commons You can't solve problems by breaking the net Every problem we experience will have some intersection with the Internet, and will invite the same solution we’ve gotten in the fights over obscenity and copyright infringement: can’t you just break the Internet a little, so that it fixes my problem? Cory Doctorow 17 Jan 2014
85 The Information Society Agenda: Prospects and Problems Discussion of dominant approaches by intergovernmental agencies to information society policy and the prospects for introducing critical perspectives that acknowledge the power relations which inform information society strategies and actions. Robin Mansell 16 Jan 2014
86 ICTs, Innovation and Regulation in the Somali Territories A seminar exploring technology and regulation in the Somali territories of the Horn of Africa. Despite weak or non-existent government institutions, innovation has flourished with local solutions to local challenges. Abdirashid Duale 16 Jan 2014
87 Humanitarian campaigns in social media: network architectures and Kony 2012 as a polymedia event An assessment of the optimism surrounding the opportunities that social media offer for humanitarian action, drawing on analysis of the phenomenally popular and controversial Kony 2012 campaign. Mirca Madianou 16 Jan 2014
88 Disjunctures and Connections: Case Studies of How Techno-politics Make and Cut Networks In a development context, the ways in which new media objects (eg ICTs) are defined in relation to other objects, people and institutions map out new figurations of power and connection, that revalue and recombine political agency. Don Slater 16 Jan 2014
89 Development 2.0 and beyond: Challenges for ICT4D in 2013 Dr Thompson addresses some of the opportunities and contradictions presented by ICT4D and considers some emerging ways in which ICT4D researchers may contribute to the field. Mark Thompson 16 Jan 2014
90 Had Bell Invented Visualization, he would have said ... Visualization is a ubiquitous technology, just like telecommunication. However, unlike a telephone system, humans play an integral part inside the "box" of visualization. This poses a significant challenge in establishing a theory of visualization. Min Chen 10 Jan 2014
91 New Media, New Civics? Ethan Zuckerman explores contemporary anxieties about "a crisis in civics" and looks at the idea that civics is changing along with digital media to become more participatory and inclusive, but harder to understand and predict. Ethan Zuckerman 10 Jan 2014
92 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 2 Iain Mathewson CMG, Associate Fellow, International Security, Chatham House, gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data Iain Mathewson 26 Nov 2013
93 Civil Society 2.0? How the Internet Changes Politics and the Public Sphere in Cuba Bert Hoffmann (German Institute of Global and Area Studies) gives a talk for the Latin America Seminar Series. Bert Hoffmann 19 Nov 2013
94 Regulating the Internet, Regulating Ourselves Dr Anthony House discusses internet regulation at the Rhodes Trust Scholarship 110th anniversary event. Anthony House 16 Oct 2013
95 Creative Commons Moral Maze, Arijit Sen Arijit Sen, CNN-IBN gives his opinion on the debates premise 'Journalism coarsens, simplifies and distorts politics (and the new journalism won't be any better)'. As part of the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Arijit Sen, Jean Seaton, Michael Parks, Paul Taylor 19 Sep 2013
96 Creative Commons Plenary panel debate: The Future of Journalism Panel debate at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Mark Thompson, Natalie Nougayrède, Peter Barron, John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013
97 Creative Commons Paying the Piper: Rethinking the Economics of Newspaper Journalism Reuters Memorial Lecture 2013 - by Mark Thompson, President and Chief Executive of the New York Times Company. Mark Thompson, David Levy, John Lloyd 17 Sep 2013
98 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Natalie Nougayrède (Le Monde) Natalie Nougayrède, Executive Editor of Le Monde talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Natalie Nougayrède 17 Sep 2013
99 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Nic Newman (RISJ Research Associate) Nic Newman, Digital Media Strategist and RISJ Research Associate, talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Nic Newman 17 Sep 2013
100 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - John Stackhouse (Editor-in-chief, Globe and Mail, Toronto). John Stackhouse, Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail, Toronto, talking at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013