DIPO @ CSCW 2015 Vancouver

From March 14th to 18th,  Andreas and Laura traveled to CSCW 2015 in Vancouver. They participated in a Workshop on The Future of Networked Privacy: Challenges and Opportunities. During the two day workshop they engaged in discussions on terms and theories as well as our empirical work. They had the chance to refresh old contacts and meet some new interesting people and perspectives.

We decided to do some advertisment for once. No worries, we´d still rather do research.

We decided to do some advertisment for once. No worries, we would still rather do research.

DIPO @ Digitalization

First announcement for 2015

On February, 20th our team will participate in a conference on digitization „Digitale Praxen“ at the institute of cultural anthropology and european ethnology, Goethe University Frankfurt/Main. We will talk about our methodology with ROSE and IVY and several challenges we had to face in our interdiscplinary teamwork. The conference takes place February, 19-21st and is free of charge. The day before the conference a MAX-QDA workshop is held.

Klick here for further information and conference program.

DIPO @ INSIST 14

In October, Laura visited a conference on Science and Technology studies (STS) for young scientists and junior scholars in Berlin, Germany. She presented her meta research on the cooperation between computer and social scientists in our interdisciplinary project. Laura received a lot of positive feedback and interesting comments regarding her future research on this topic. View slides at INSIST14

DIPO @ EASST 14

In September, we visited a conference on Science and Technology Studies (STS). On Thursday, September 18th, Sören Meyer and Andreas Kramm presented our methodological approach and the tools we developed on the biennial EASST (European Association for the Study of Science and Technology) conference in Torun, Poland. In the panel “The development of digital tools in STS and digital humanities: Watching, muddling through and reflexivity”, Sören and Andreas explained how ROSE and Ivy collect and visualize data about Facebook users’ practices and how we applied both tools in our empirical studies. Under the title „Situated Solidarities“ the EASST community provided an outstanding platform to discuss our methodology especially with STS scholars. They got a lot of positive feedback. View slides at EASST14