Derniers jours pour répondre à l’appel (date limite 31 mars 2015)
Connected Life 2015 is a day-long conference dedicated to igniting multidisciplinary exchanges and showcasing exciting Internet research. We welcome students and faculty from all disciplines, including (but not limited to) business, computer science, economics, education, history, international relations, law, linguistics, literature, media and communications, medicine, philosophy, politics, psychology, and sociology. Like last year’s inaugural conference, Connected Life 2015 will foster collaborations within and beyond Oxford in pursuit of an enhanced understanding of the Internet and its multifaceted effects upon society.
We invite the submission of proposals for presentations on ongoing or recent research. Proposals that address our key thematic questions are particularly encouraged: How does our digital society intersect with existing social structures, institutions, and relationships? What are the impacts of digital technology on society and how will these evolve? Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):Politics and Public PolicyScience and TechnologyTeaching and EducationGender and IdentityDigital HumanitiesCybersecurity, Surveillance, and CensorshipBig Data MethodsEntrepreneurship and InnovationVirtual Markets and EconomiesInternet Infrastructure and ProtocolsSocial NetworkingHistory of the InternetMobile TechnologiesMedia and Journalism