- China and the New Internet World 2013
China and the New Internet World is a collective title for two connected events, an ICA pre-conference and the Chinese Internet Research Conference, held in Oxford on 14th and 15th June 2013. These webcasts demonstrate the range of topics discussed, and provide a multi-disciplinary approach to the growing use of the Internet by Chinese society.
- CyberSafety 2005
The Oxford Internet Institute (OII) organized a major conference, in collaboration with the University of Auckland, NetSafe (the New Zealand government backed Internet Safety Group), EURIM, The Watson Institute for International Studies (Brown University) and others, to address the value choices and conflicts surrounding cybersafety in a converging world. The conference featured leading international authorities from government, industry, NGOs and academia, including the computer sciences, humanities, law and the social sciences.
- iCS Webcast Series
Information, Communication & Society is an international journal devoted to the publication of high quality empirical research and theoretical works that include analysis of the emerging properties of the Information or Network Age in a multi-disciplinary and transcultural perspective. With the publisher, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, the OII and the Editors of iCS have been producing and archiving Webcasts featuring the author(s) of the lead article of each issue. The Webcasts provide an additional resource for academics, students and readers of iCS. Comments are welcomed and should be directed to: email@example.com
Various other webcasts
- OII and PCMLP ICT and Development Seminar Series
The seminar series gathers leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on the influence of new communication technologies on development processes. The seminars focuses on the dramatic changes in citizens’ ability to coordinate and mobilize for political action, on global migration and its relation to digital media, and on how international and national actors are seeking to shape the applications of technology and communication. The series provides a focus point for academics and non-academics in Oxford who are interested in the challenges and opportunities of employing new communication technologies in development contexts. The series is organized by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) and the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) at the University of Oxford and co-convened by Dr Iginio Gagliardone and Dr Mark Graham.
- OII MSc Lectures: Internet Technologies and Regulation (2012)
Lectures from the OII's MSc course on Internet Technologies and Regulation.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2005
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2005.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2006
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2006.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2007
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2007.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2008
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2008.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2009
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2009.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2010
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2010.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2011
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2011.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2012
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2012.
- Oxford Internet Institute Seminars 2013
Webcast archive of seminars held at the Oxford Internet Institute in 2013.
- Oxford Media Convention 2006
The 2006 Oxford Media Convention in association with MediaGuardian and PCMLP, Oxford University will focus on the role of public service broadcasting and media regulation in a digital age, when emerging technologies are muddying the distinction between broadcasting and other forms of communication. br>Convergence, which has been talked about for so long, is finally upon us, as the internet and mobile phones are gradually becoming viable platforms for consuming and sharing all forms of content. It is not at all clear what the role of the BBC should be in this environment, nor what model of competition policy-makers should be pursuing. br>The 2006 Oxford Media Convention will address these challenges to ask where Government can and should intervene, to uphold the public interest.
- Policy and Internet
The Policy Studies Organization (PSO), the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), and Berkeley Electronic Press are proud to announce Policy and Internet: the first major peer-reviewed journal investigating the implications of the Internet and associated technologies for public policy.
Policy and Internet is the first journal to fill a crucial gap in policy knowledge and research. It will be the premier venue for scholars and researchers to set the public policy agenda in the digital era.
- STAIR Conference 2006
On December 6th 2006, STAIR and the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) successfully hosted a conference on 'The Internet: Power and Governance in a Digitised World'. The event attracted a diverse range of presenters, including established and younger academics, to debate the nature of power and governance in the Internet era. Conference attendees included representatives from other universities, security agencies, and the international media.