Tag Archives: 'CCI'

Call for Applications: CCI Digital Methods Summer School, 15-19 Feb. 2016 (#cciss16)

Call for Applications: CCI Digital Methods Summer School, 15-19 Feb. 2016 (#cciss16)

Snurb, 27 August 2015
We are now inviting applications for the 2016 CCI Digital Methods Summer School. The deadline for application is Monday 21 Sep. 2016. Hosted by the QUT Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC), the 2016 event will focus [...]

Moving Politics Online: How Australian Mainstream Media Portray Social Media as Political Tools

Moving Politics Online: How Australian Mainstream Media Portray Social Media as Political Tools

Theresa Sauter, 1 July 2013
(by Theresa Sauter and Axel Bruns) Difficult as it may be to believe, we’re still almost three months out from the likely date of the next Australian federal election; campaigning during this time will become even [...]

CCI Winter School – Apply Now

CCI Winter School – Apply Now

Jean Burgess, 13 January 2012
In my new role as Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries & Innovation (CCI for short), I’m excited to be leading the team that’s organising our most ambitious PhD and Early [...]

PhD Opportunities in Social Media Analysis at QUT

PhD Opportunities in Social Media Analysis at QUT

Snurb, 6 September 2011
It’s that time of the year again: we are now calling for expressions of interest from prospective students interested in doing their PhD research with us in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and [...]

Call for Applications: PhD Projects in the CCI – Join Us!

Snurb, 3 September 2010
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll have seen some of the work on the use of Twitter in the Australian election that we’ve started to do. That’s part of our wider research [...]

Call for Applications: PhD Projects in the CCI – Join Us!

Snurb, 3 September 2010
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll have seen some of the work on the use of Twitter in the Australian election that we’ve started to do. That’s part of our wider research [...]