Tom McEwan was one of the organisers of, and represented the UK Human Computer Interaction community in, an international workshop within the world's leading HCI conference CHI2013 in Paris. This is part of an on ongoing effort to connect the outcomes of research with public policy making, which...
24/05/2013 Conference Organisation (upcoming)
In her role of Convener of the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Centre's Information Science Pathway, Professor Hazel Hall has taken the lead in the setting up and management of the programme committee of iDocQ 2013.
09/05/2013 Conference Programme Committee (upcoming)
News of the Centre for Social Informatics project Training provision for the library, information and knowledge sector is reported in the April 2013 issue of CILIPUpdate (page 6). The project is led by Professor Hazel Hall, with team members Christine Irving and Peter Cruickshank.
01/05/2013 Other News (upcoming)
On 22nd April Professor Hazel Hall delivered an invited presentation entitled "Sharing the DREaM bluprint: lessons in community network building from the DREaM project" as part of the research seminar series of the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historial Monuments of Scotland.
22/04/2013 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
A team from the Centre for Social Informatics has been commissioned by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) to conduct research into training provision for the library, information and knowledge sector.
19/03/2013 Funding (upcoming)
A full report of the recent Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN) meet-up hosted by the Centre for Social Informatics and held at the Edinburgh Napier Merchiston campus on the evening of 5 March is now available on the Open Knowledge Foundation Edinburgh web site.
19/03/2013 Other News (upcoming)
This evening Professor Hazel Hall is delivering a paper entitled Leadership in libraries: tying library and information science research to practice at the Institute for Research in Social Sciences, University of Ulster. The presentation draws on Hall's work with the Library and Information Science...
13/03/2013 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Peter Cruickshank organised a recent Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN) meet-up at the Edinburgh Napier Merchiston campus on the evening of 5 March. Around 40 people came to listen to 9 lightening talks: Leah Lockhart on digital engagement for the third sector Kate Byrne on the Google Ancient Places...
11/03/2013 Conference Organisation (upcoming)
Professor Hazel Hall has been invited to deliver a paper entitled "Leadership in libraries: tying library and information science research to practice" at the Institute for Research in Social Sciences, University of Ulster on Wednesday 13th March 2013.
18/02/2013 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Research Fellow Christine Irving has been short-listed for the UK award of Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year. The award is made annually for achievement in the field of information literacy for work that has raised the profile of information literacy, has supported the development of...
14/02/2013 Award (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff gave an interview today on flagship current affairs radio programme Good Morning Scotland. Dr Duff discussed his forthcoming research into the social role of expert opinion and its future, and questioned whether e-pundits - such as bloggers and other online voices - will be able to...
13/02/2013 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
In a recent post on the news in the "digital first" era, Information Today Europe refers to the work to be undertaken in the AHRC-funded Informing the Good Society: new directions in information policy (InGSoC) project. Led by Dr Alistair Duff, the project is due to start in May 2013, and is...
06/02/2013 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
The Centre for Social Informatics is currently advertising two vacancies. These are related to the AHRC-funded project Informing the Good Society: New Directions in Information Policy (InGSoc). This three year project, which begins in May 2013 and is led by Dr Alistair Duff, is concerned with the...
31/01/2013 Studentship (upcoming)
IIDI staff have teamed up with Bright Red Publishing on an innovation project designed to integrate the publisher's web-based material with its educational book range. The end-product will provide direct links between print and online materials.
18/01/2013 Funding (upcoming)
As a member of the Information Science Pathway of ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Centre (SGS-DTC) Edinburgh Napier University is currently inviting applications for funded PhD studentships offered through the open competition.
15/01/2013 Studentship (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff has been awarded a grant of £200,000 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Entitled Informing the Good Society [InGSoc], over three years the project team will address three main areas: (1) population-census informatics and ethics; (2) the future of columns and...
11/12/2012 Funding (upcoming)
The outcomes of the RiLIES2 project have now been published in the RiLIES2 project report, available to download (pdf). The aim of RiLIES2 was to develop research resources and training materials (1) to support librarians and information scientists in their use of published library and information...
10/12/2012 Other News (upcoming)
On 24th September 2012 Peter Cruickshank took part in the the panel session "Social Media - Who Leads?" The highlights of the discussion are now available as a recording from IRISS.fm presented by Ian Watson. The panel was chaired by Deputy Chief Constable Gordon Scobbie, Tayside Police, Lead for...
03/12/2012 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Staff in IIDI's Centre for Social Informatics have published the results of a survey of over 1500 Scottish community councils. Scottish Community Councils online: a survey shows that under a quarter (22%) of Scottish community councils maintain an updated online public presence.
06/11/2012 Other News (upcoming)
Last week Hazel Hall presented a paper at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) in Baltimore, US. As part of a session entitled "Transformation or continuity? The impact of social media on information: implications for theory and practice" she...
05/11/2012 Other News (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has accepted an invitation to join the international programme committee of i3: information, interactions and impact, which takes place in Aberdeen from Tuesday 25th to Friday 28th June 2013.
01/10/2012 Conference Programme Committee (upcoming)
In 2012/23 Hazel Hall chairs Information Science Pathway committee of the ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre. The Information Science Pathway is one of 24 accredited training pathways within the Scottish ESRC Doctoral Training Centre (DTC).
01/10/2012 Other News (upcoming)
Ella Taylor-Smith gave a presentation at ePart 2012: fourth international conference on eParticipation (ePart 2012) held in Kristiansand, Norway. The presentation gave an overview of ideas from the paper Participation Spaces, which is published in the conference proceedings.
05/09/2012 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
The topic asks Who’s Leading: That is, who (if anyone) within organisations is leading the response to the rise of social media? How can they manage the risks? While we can encourage individuals to work collaboratively and share information using social media, they face many obstacles when trying...
15/08/2012 24 September, Glasgow Invited Presentation (upcoming)
DREaM 5, the DREaM project concluding conference, took place at the British Library Conference Centre on Monday 9th July 2012. Highlights included Dr Ben Goldacre as the closing keynote speaker, presentation of the LIS Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award, invited presentations, an open panel...
09/07/2012 British Library, London Other Event (upcoming)
Hazel Hall to is make a presentation as part of a panel session at ASIS&T 2012 Baltimore in October 2012. The session is entitled "Transformation or continuity? The impact of social media on information: implications for theory and practice" and will be presented with Andrew Cox of the...
21/06/2012 Other Event (upcoming)
The Centre for Social Informatics has welcomed Maja Ilievska of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia as a summer intern. Maja's placement has been organised as part of the programme of the International...
12/06/2012 External Visitor (upcoming)
School of Arts & Creative Industries reader and Centre for Social Informatics researcher Dr Alistair Duff spent last week at the University of Oxford's interdisciplinary Oxford Internet Institute. He is working on a range of issues facing 'informatised' democracies, including public opinion and...
28/05/2012 Oxford, UK External Visitor (upcoming)
Two papers co-authored by Professor Hazel Hall were well received at the 4th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Libraries (QQML2012), which took place in Limerick 22nd-25th May, 2012. The papers were about projects related to the Library and Information Science...
25/05/2012 Other News (upcoming)
From Sunday 13th to Friday 18th May 2012 Professor Hazel Hall served as an invited panel member to review the impact of RCUK's £230 million investment in the Digital Economy programme. The panel assessed the extent to which the theme (and associated research) has:Delivered tangible benefits...
18/05/2012 Funding Panel (upcoming)
SACI reader and CSI member Dr Alistair Duff delivered a paper 'The Preferential Option for the (Information) Poor in Digital Societies' at the 4th ICTs-and-Society Network conference, held this year in Uppsala, Sweden. Other speakers included Vincent Mosco, Andrew Feenberg, Graham Murdock and Karle...
09/05/2012 3 May 2012, Uppsala, Sweden Other Event (upcoming)
The third of the five Developing Research Excellence and Methods (DREaM) project events took place at Craighouse campus at Edinburgh Napier University on 25th April 2012. The goal of the AHRC-funded project is to create a UK network of library and information science researchers.
30/04/2012 Other News (upcoming)
Ella was invited to contribute a post to the London School of Economics Politics and Policy blog, looking at eParticipation in Scotland (and the EU) in light of the Scottish Government's Digital Participation Charter. eParticipation needs to be carefully integrated into the complex world of...
13/04/2012 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Peter Cruickshank spoke to a meeting of the Scottish Local Authorities Chief Internal Auditors Group in Edinburgh on 27 March 2012. He highlighted the irresistible drivers towards increased use of social media by councils, their employees, and the citizens that they serve.
28/03/2012 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff examined a PhD at Leeds Metropolitan University on 20 March 2012. The candidate's work assessed government initiatives to reduce the digital divide in Sri Lanka, by means of funded tele-centres in rural areas. An original model of tele-access, based on both grounded theory data and...
21/03/2012 20 March 2012 External Examiner (upcoming)
Peter Cruickshank and Ella Taylor-Smith contributed invited "provocations" at the Public Policy Network's workshop entitled Digital governance: Can online citizen participation change democratic practices? on 21st March 2012. The workshop was attended by representatives from local universities, as...
21/03/2012 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has been invited to speak to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland about how the AHRC-funded Developing Research Excellence and Methods (DREaM) project (based in the Centre for Social Informatics) set out to establish a sustainable network of...
20/03/2012 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Information Today Europe has published an article based on Hazel Hall's inaugural professorial lecture, which was delivered on Thursday 15th March 2012. (See also the slides from the lecture.) Information Today Europe provides news, facts and figures, strategic thinking, and informed comment on the...
19/03/2012 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Next week Edinburgh Napier University is hosting three events related to social informatics. Two are hosted by IIDI as part of its seminar series. The third is Hazel Hall's inaugural professorial lecture on the evening of Thursday 15th March, hosted by the University.
07/03/2012 Other Event (upcoming)
Peter Cruickshank has been invited to give a briefing on the risks and opportunities that Social Media present to Local Authorities at a meeting of the Chief Internal Auditors Group on 27th March 2012. A key question to be considered is the risks of blocking access to social media services.
06/03/2012 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
On Thursday 1st March PhD students and research staff, from all Edinburgh Napier faculties, gathered at Inspace. One student from each school (3 from each faculty) presented their work in a 20-20 style, i.e. in each presentation there were 20 slides, with each one set to advance after 20 seconds of...
01/03/2012 Inspace, Edinburgh Other News (upcoming)
Hazel Hall and details of her forthcoming inaugural professorial lecture on Thursday 15th March are featured in a short article on the Broughton Spurtle web site. IIDI research student Ella Taylor-Smith interviewed Hazel for the story "Say hello to social professor".
27/02/2012 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Routledge has published Alistair Duff's latest research monograph - A normative theory of the information society - in its Information Technology and Society series: Duff, A. (2011). A normative theory of the information society. Oxford: Routledge.
17/02/2012 Other News (upcoming)
On Monday 13th February the Centre for Social Informatics hosted a training day for PhD students on organisational research and case studies. This forms part of the training provision of the ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre Information Science Pathway partners of Edinburgh Napier, Glasgow,...
13/02/2012 Other Event (upcoming)
Professor Hazel Hall has accepted an invitation to serve on the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Digital Economy Review panel. The panel’s remit is to review the impact of the £130 million investment in research on the digital economy theme over the past four years.
23/01/2012 Other News (upcoming)
CSI member Alistair Duff presented a paper entitled 'The Great Information Society Debate' to 'faculty' and PhD students at the School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
18/11/2011 1 November 2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has been appointed to examine a PhD thesis entitled Exploring the engagement of records management within a computer mediated communication focused co-operative enquiry at Northumbria University.
16/11/2011 External Examiner (upcoming)
As former award winner of the IWR Information Professional of the Year award in 2009, Hazel Hall is a member of the panel that is judging the 2011 nominations. The name of the winner of the 2011 award will be announced on Tuesday 29th November at the Online conference at London Olympia.
16/11/2011 Other News (upcoming)
The Research in Librarianship Impact Evaluation Project (RiLIES - pronounced 'realise') completed by the Centre for Social Informatics earlier this year explored the extent to which funded librarianship research projects influence library practice in the UK.
08/11/2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff is supervising the visit of Rocío Ortiz Galindo, PhD Candidate in Communication at the University of Navarra, Spain who joined the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) in September, and will continue working on her research at Edinburgh Napier until late December.
07/11/2011 External Visitor (upcoming)
Hazel Hall will present a research paper entitled "More than mere information assets: the reach of social media in information services delivery" as part of the New Directions in Management series at the University of Edinburgh on Friday 11th November.
04/11/2011 Other News (upcoming)
As chair of the Interaction Specialist Group of BCS, The Chartered Institute of IT, Tom McEwan from the School of Computing has been invited to The Royal Society in London on 1st November, to propose the vote of thanks to Professor Maja Pantic (Imperial College), who will deliver the prestigious...
26/10/2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
The AHRC-funded DREaM project is developing a formal UK-wide network of Library and Information Science (LIS) researchers. This includes 5 events, bringing LIS researchers together to expand their research. The launch event, “Out of the comfort zone” took place at the British Library Conference...
25/10/2011 Craighouse Seminar (upcoming)
On Wednesday 26 October 2011, 1pm - 2pm, Room 2/47, Craiglockhart Jan Auernhammer, who is jointly supervised by CSI staff in IIDI and the Business School, will give a presentation based on his PhD research as part of the 2011 ERI seminar series.
10/10/2011 1pm - 2pm, Room 2/47, Craiglockhart Seminar (upcoming)
The judging panel for RAPP Edinburgh’s competition to find the best new social media idea in Scotland as part of Social Media Week includes Professor Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics. For more information about the competition and Social Media Week, please see:...
20/09/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Hazel Hall contributed to a discussion of social media for business with other international experts from a range of organisations including Dow Jones (who hosted the discussion) and KPMG. For full details please see: http://know.dowjones.com/2011/06/01/professor-hazel-hall-director-edinburgh-napier...
29/08/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Hazel Hall presented a keynote paper ISSOME 2011: Information Science and Social Media International Conference, Turku, Finland, 24th-26th August 2011 (http://issome2011.library2pointoh.fi/). The slides are available at http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/~hazelh/esis/hall_ISSOME.ppt
24/08/2011 Keynote Speaker (upcoming)
Following successful first and second years from August 2009 until July 2011, Professor Hazel Hall will continue to lead the implementation of the UK Library and Information Science Research Coalition until July 2012, supported by research funding from the British Library, CILIP, JISC, MLA, the...
01/08/2011 Other News (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has been appointed to the editorial board of Alib Porceedings. Aslib Proceedings is a peer-reviewed journal that covers international research and practice in library and information science, and information management.
26/07/2011 Editorship, Journal Reviewer (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has joined the programme committee of the 3rd International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World (or IMCW2012), organized by the Department of Information Management of Hacettepe University. The symposium will be held in Ankara, Turkey, from 19-21 September 2012.
22/07/2011 Conference Programme Committee (upcoming)
Tom McEwan has begun his first external examinership, for the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences in the University of Central Lancashire, where he will scrutinise their multimedia, games, mobile technology and information systems undergraduate courses
28/06/2011 External Examiner (upcoming)
Tom McEwan was invited to attend the recent Holyrood Conference on ICT Infrastructure http://ict.holyrood.com/images/brochure.pdf which saw the launch of the long-awaited McClelland Review. Tom asked a number of provocative questions challenging the emerging orthodoxy.
28/06/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Tom McEwan attended another quarterly "Insights" event at which industrialists, public sector and remarkably few academics discuss topical issues for Scottish business. Martin Ewart, Director of Scotland, Logica had been due to discuss “The Changing Face of Leadership”, but due to last minute...
28/06/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Tom McEwan will speak on Enhancing transparency and access at a major Scottish conference on computing in the public sector on 27th September (see http://cloudcomputing.holyrood.com/agenda ) Tom will discuss why access and transparency is important and how to safely and securely achieve e-democracy...
28/06/2011 Keynote Speaker (upcoming)
Tom McEwan attended a seminar by Neil Allison (Univ of Edin) on Storyboarding, as part of the monthly series of events organised by the Scottish chapter of the Usability Professionals Association. These networking events allow academics a glimpse into the needs of professionals, particularly local...
28/06/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
When Tom became chair of BCS Interaction SG he inherited a successful web portal (which he had helped start in 2000) which is globally acknowledged as leading the field, but which lacked a coherent business model, and required a five-figure annual subsidy from BCS.
28/06/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Hazel Hall presented the keynote paper "Coalition and collaboration: supporting the development of LIS research in the UK" at the i3 conference in Aberdeen on 22 June 2011. Further details of the conference are available at http://www.i3conference2011.org.uk/
22/06/2011 Keynote Speaker (upcoming)
Hazel Hall facilitated the iDocQ doctoral forum in Aberdeen on 19th June 2011. This was the first of the events organised by the members of the Information Science Pathway of the Scottish ESRC Doctoral Training Centre. For more details please see http://www.idocq.org.uk/
19/06/2011 Conference Organisation (upcoming)
As part of the Festival of Politics Peter will on a panel on Thursday August 25 discussign the topic "Has Twitter changed the world? Social media and Scottish politics". The thrust of the debate is to consider whether the use of Twitter (and other social media) by participants in events such as the...
03/06/2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
Professor Hazel Hall has been appointed to the editorial board of Aslib Proceedings. Aslib Proceedings is a peer-reviewed high-quality journal covering international research and practice in library and information science, and information management.
20/05/2011 Editorship, Journal Reviewer (upcoming)
The PerAda team hosted an science engagement event at the Dana Centre (part of the Science Museum, London) called: User Heaven or Techno Hell: Where are intelligent adaptive technologies taking us ? Hosted by science journalist Rebecca Mileham, author of Powering Up: are computer games changing our...
19/05/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Hazel Hall comments in the Edinburgh Evening News on TED's decision to switch the venue of TED Global from Oxford to Edinburgh in July 2011. The full story is available online at http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/edinburgh/Conference-move-sees-city-jumping.6753760.jp
18/04/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
The Centre for Social Informatics warmly welcomes all staff and students to attend at its next research seminar at which the PhD students Jan Auernhammer and Valeri Wiegel present their doctoral research. Both research undertakings are set in the domain of the automotive industry.
15/04/2011 Seminar (upcoming)
Hazel Hall has been named as SLA Europe Information Professional 2011. Established in 1994, the SLA Europe Information Professional Award recognises outstanding achievement in the information profession amongst those living and working in Europe.
14/04/2011 Award (upcoming)
On 23 March, Peter Cruickshank represented Edinburgh Napier University, presenting the evaluation of the EuroPetition project. The evaluation used socio-technical concepts to ensure that the impact on citizens' self-efficacy was central to the work done.
06/04/2011 Other News (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff was quoted on Good Morning Scotland (Radio Scotland's current affairs programme) and Reporting Scotland (BBC Scotland's main news bulletin) on information policy and the ethics of the Population Census. He raised concerns over the use of a company belonging to US company CACI...
22/03/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
PhD student Valeri Wiegel has been awarded a £625 conference/travel bursary by the John Campbell Trust to support participation at the European Conference on Information Systems in Helsinki, Finland, June 9-11th 2011: http://www.ecis2011.fi/.
07/03/2011 Award (upcoming)
In an overview of e-petitions in the latest issue of Government Computing, Kable (part of the Guardian Media group) surveyed experiences and practices across the UK, including the positive experience of the e-petitioning system which the ITC helped design with the Scottish Parliament.
02/02/2011 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Peter Cruickshank, Colin F Smith, Ella Taylor-Smith, Valeri Wiegel: ITC presentation on e-petitions to Bundestag delegation Peter, Colin and Ella have been invited to make a presentation of their experiences with e-petitioning and e-democracy generally to a delegation of MPs and officials from the...
01/02/2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
In this presentation to NetIKX in London on Wednesday 19th January 2011 Hazel Hall shares insights from her work leading the implementation of the Library and Information Science Research Coalition, and from her research, on: (1) how organisations can use social media as an extension of their...
18/01/2011 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
The Aware coordination action www.aware-project.eu is a Coordination Action (CA), supporting 5 research projects under the FP7: FET Proactive Intiative: Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems (AWARENESS). The CA is a 3 year project: 2010 – 2013.
14/12/2010 Other Event (upcoming)
Ella Taylor-Smith was invited to speak at the ePractice workshop on eParticipation in Brussels on 7th December, 2010. As the snow caused flights to be cancelled, Ella presented remotely over the phone. The focus of the presentation was eParticipation in science and technology topics -specifically...
07/12/2010 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
More than 70,000 BCS members this month will open their copies of ITNow to find a two page article by Tom McEwan. BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT issues the publication monthly and this issue focuses on mobile computing. Tom's piece makes the link between design for mobile and design for...
23/11/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Tom McEwan attended the Strangers Dining Room in the Houses of Parliament, where he and the rest of the BCS Government Relations Group were hosting the annual MP's Website Awards. This year the awards were based on the criteria of accessibility, usability, engagement and the use of social media,...
23/11/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Each November, the Edinburgh Branch of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, hosts a topical debate at the Edinburgh Informatics Forum. Leading local speakers in the field are invited, and this year the topic was e-Commerce Skills.
23/11/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Dr Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics, has accepted an invitation to give a keynote speech at ISSOME 2001:Information Science and Social Media International Conference, Turku, Finland, 24-26 August 2011.
28/10/2010 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
SACI and CSI member Dr Alistair Duff was approached by This Morning Scotland for comment, following a quote about the 'Wild West' Internet in the Sunday Herald. The issue was the criminal prosecution of school pupils for offensive postings about their teacher, on a social networking site.
27/10/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
A debate billed as 'The Digital Media Debate' took place last night (21 October 2010) in front of a full house at Lower Parliament Hall, St Andrews. SACI Reader and CSI member Alistair Duff opened for the motion, This House Believes Print Media is Dead.
22/10/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
Dr Alistair Duff was quoted in the Sunday Herald 17 October 2010, in a piece on the cyberbullying, so-called, of teachers. The focus was a local teacher who discovered some highly critical conversations on Bebo between some of her pupils.
19/10/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
The International Teledemocracy Centre's HUWY project: http://www.huwy.eu/ have been holding workshops to get young people and policy-makers more involved in this project, which aims to get young people involved in policies to do with the Internet.
30/07/2010 Other Event (upcoming)
As part of the work of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo to enable the exchange of experience from countries of the region, a delegation from the Kosovan Assembly visited the Scottish Parliament in the week of 10 May, and CSI was invited to present the work of the International Teledemocracy Centre in...
12/05/2010 Invited Presentation (upcoming)
As part of the HUWY.eu project (http://huwy.eu) a seminar was organised to promote the project to people working within relevant UK government ministries and youth organisations, working in youth engagement, based in London. The seminar was hosted by HUWY project partner, the Ministry of Justice.
17/02/2010 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
On Thursday, 3rd December, the HUWY project held a very successful event at Edinburgh’s eScience Institute to mark the beginning of the interactive phase of HUWY.eu. http://itc.napier.ac.uk/ITC/NewsItem.asp?ID=45
03/12/2009 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
The online festival impact toolkit developed by A Cannon and R Kukla in conjunction with Edinburgh Institute for Festival and Event Management featured in the Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News, The Express, the Event magazine and the TSNN website.
27/08/2009 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
The International Teledemocracy Centre (which is part of the Centre for Social Informatics in the School of Computing) recently hosted a very successful ESRC funded workshop to establish the baseline for eParticipation in Scotland.
23/12/2008 Media and Outreach Activity (upcoming)
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