Digital Methods Winter School Program

2024 Digital research methods and the investigative turn
The use and misuse of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Social media data critique
Bias in content recommendation and moderation
Post-API research? On the contemporary study of social media data
Post-truth Empiricism: On the New epistemologies and Research Affordances of Social Media
The Social Lives of Digital Methods: Encounters, Experiments, Interventions
2017 Data Infrastructures: Database Stories, Dumps and Query Driven Narratives
2016 Otherwise Engaged. Critical Analytics and the New Meanings of Engagement Online
2015 Show Me Your Dashboard: New Media Monitoring and Data Analytics as Critical Practice
2014 My Sentiments Exactly: On Methods of Early Warning, Detection and Monitoring through Online and Social Media
2013 Data Sprint: The New Logistics of Short-form Method
2012 Interfaces for the Cloud: Curating the Data
2011 Wikileaks as Source for 'Scientific Journalism'?
2010 Does Internet Censorship Kill Content?
2009 Digital Methods Winter School

The Digital Methods Winter School is a one-week data sprint on a contemporary theme related to new media and digital methods in particular. It provides the opportunity for PhD candidates, advanced MA students and motivated scholars to work on a project together with the Amsterdam group of DMI researchers and/or international participants, occasionally drawn from previous Digital Methods Summer and Winter Schools.

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Topic revision: r34 - 14 Sep 2023, RichardRogers
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