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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 FMR 58 - The new world of work and the need for digital empowerment References are often made to forced migrants’ digital literacy, including use of smartphones to organise journeys and communicate once at their destinations. Other digital skills, including those relating to the workplace, are of greater relevance. Miguel Peromingo, Willem Pieterson 10 Jul 2018
2 Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism Judy Wajcman explains why we immediately interpret our experiences with digital technology as inexorably accelerating everyday life. Judy Wajcman, John Naughton 26 Mar 2015
3 Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism Judy Wajcman explains why we immediately interpret our experiences with digital technology as inexorably accelerating everyday life. Judy Wajcman, John Naughton 26 Mar 2015
4 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing- The Oxford Community Collection Model The Oxford Community Collection Model brings together online crowdsourcing with personal, face-to-face interaction. It has been used successfully in a range of ways from collating Anglo-Saxon teaching resources to memories of WW1. Ylva Berglund Prytz 13 Mar 2015
5 Creative Commons Widening Access to the British Library's Collections and Services Dr Aquiles Alencar-Brayner walks through some of the extraordinary projects led at the British Library which aim to engage and encourage interaction with the general public. Aquiles Alencar-Brayner 16 Feb 2015
6 Delete! Viktor Mayer-Schönberger looks at the important role that forgetting has played throughout human history, the surprising phenomenon of perfect remembering in the digital age, and why we must reintroduce our capacity to forget. Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, Helen Margetts 10 May 2010
7 Delete! Viktor Mayer-Schönberger looks at the important role that forgetting has played throughout human history, the surprising phenomenon of perfect remembering in the digital age, and why we must reintroduce our capacity to forget. Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, Helen Margetts 10 May 2010