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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 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
2 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
3 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
4 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
5 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
6 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
7 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
8 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
9 Creative Commons The Bodleian First Folio: A Story of Digital Engagement This talk presents an overview of the 2012 campaign that took up the story of the Bodleian First Folio (a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio), the collaboration that made it possible, its outreach activity, and its future. Pip Wilcox 01 Apr 2014
10 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing Community Collections: The Oxford Community Collection Model In this presentation Kate Lindsay introduces the Oxford Community Collection Model, part of the Community Collections and Crowdsourcing Service based at the University of Oxford. Kate Lindsay 01 Apr 2014
11 Creative Commons Digital Humanities Research Support and Training in Oxford James surveys the kinds of support provided for digital humanities by the University of Oxford for those inside and outside the University. James Cummings 01 Apr 2014
12 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Interdisciplinarity Kathryn Eccles talks about her research around the virtual art collection Your Paintings, and talk about what interdisciplinary insights can be gleaned from crowdsourcing platforms such as Your Paintings Tagger. Kathryn Eccles 01 Apr 2014
13 Creative Commons Poetry Visualisation on the Web Alfie presents an example of how existing web tools can be used to create a visualization application for poetry. Alfie Abdul-Rahman 01 Apr 2014
14 Creative Commons Launch of Crowd Map The Crusades Pat presents Crowd Map The Crusades, a proof-of-concept transcription and mapping project, which is affiliated with the ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagment in the Digital Humanities’ (dhAHRC) project and hosted at www.dhcrowdscribe.com. Patrick Lockley 01 Apr 2014
15 Creative Commons Introduction to dhAHRC and Launch of Crowd Map The Crusades Emma introduces the series and Crowd Map The Crusades, a proof-of-concept transcription and mapping project, which is affiliated with the ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagment in the Digital Humanities’ (dhAHRC) and hosted at www.dhcrowdscribe.com. Emma Goodwin 01 Apr 2014
16 Creative Commons Twitter-based early warning and risk communication of the swine flu pandemic in 2009 (Knowledge Exchange Seminar) Patty Kostkova discusses Twitter-based early warning and risk communication of the 2009 swine flu pandemic during a seminar on quantitative methods in social media research held at the OII on 26 September 2012. Patty Kostkova 02 Jan 2013
17 Creative Commons Social Media Research for Policy Making (Knowledge Exchange Seminar) Carl Miller discusses development of effective social media research for policy making during a seminar on quantitative methods in social media research held at the OII on 26 September 2012. Carl Miller 02 Jan 2013
18 Automated Analysis of Information and Social Networks from Social Media Data Anatoliy Gruzd, Dalhousie University, gives a talk for the Oxford Internet Institute. Anatoliy Gruzd 06 Nov 2012
19 Visualisation in the Age of Computerisation Professor Steve Woolgar introduces and discusses the main themes of the Visualisation in the Age of Computerisation conference, by reflecting on recent changes in visualisation media and considering some of the implications of these changes for research. Steve Woolgar 28 Feb 2012
20 The Internet Turns 40: Midlife Crisis or Grand Challenge for Computer-Mediated Communication? This talk discusses research being undertaken at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago and its consequences for future forms of computer-mediated communication and for the Internet. Steve Jones 18 May 2010
21 The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Online Audiences and the Paradox of Web Traffic Using three years of daily Web traffic data, and new models adapted from financial mathematics, this talk examines large-scale variation in Web traffic. Matthew Hindman 06 Mar 2009