‘A Decade in Internet Time’ - New Trends in eHumanities

eHg scholars attending the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) Symposium ‘A Decade in Internet Time’ will walk through their presentations

DATE

September 15, 2011

At this Research Meeting eHg scholars attending the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) Symposium ‘A Decade in Internet Time’ will walk through their presentations . Persons from three symposium panels will be presenting:

· Panel: Scholarly Communication and the Internet

o Nick Jankowski: introduction to panel
o Clifford Tatum: Openness & the Formalization of Informal Scholarly Communication

· Panel: Virtual Knowledge

o Sally Wyatt: changing notions of expertise in knowledge production
o Matthijs Kouw: uncertainty in knowledge representations
o Clifford Tatum: Beyond Access: A Framework for Openness in Scholarly Communication

· Panel: Conceptualising Trust in Digital Environments

o Anna Harris & Sally Wyatt: Internet & trust

The full programme for the symposium is available here; information on the panel Scholarly Communication is available here.

In addition to the above presentations, ample time will be available for attendees at the meeting to share information on projects, publications and plans. This will allow us to ‘catch up’ with each other’s work.