Tag Archives: 'methodology'

Emerging Methods for Digital Media Research: An Introduction

Emerging Methods for Digital Media Research: An Introduction

Jean Burgess, 15 March 2013
I’m very pleased to be able to announce that the methods-focused special issue of the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media (JOBEM) edited with my CCI colleagues Axel Bruns and Larissa Hjorth is out now. When [...]

New M/C Journal Article on the Harmful Effects of Twitter’s Corporate Policies

New M/C Journal Article on the Harmful Effects of Twitter’s Corporate Policies

Snurb, 30 October 2012
October has been a busy month – as those of you who follow my personal research blog may already have seen, our Mapping Online Publics colleague Tim Highfield and I have presented several papers at the [...]

Talking Digital Methods in Bristol

Talking Digital Methods in Bristol

Snurb, 23 September 2012
At the start of July, I had the pleasure of being one of the three speakers at the inaugural Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology workshop in Bristol (I posted my presentation from the event here a [...]

Twitter Research Methods

Snurb, 29 June 2011
Following on from the “World According to Twitter” research workshop at QUT, today we presented our research methods at a pre-conference workshop at Communities & Technologies 2011. This was probably the most extensive presentation of our [...]

Mapping Online Publics: A Progress Report

Snurb, 21 June 2011
Melbourne. I spoke today at the National Public Service Digital Media Officers’ Forum (now that’s a mouthful…) here in Melbourne, where I had been invited to present our Mapping Online Publics project – to a group [...]

Visualising Twitter Dynamics in Gephi, Part 2

Snurb, 30 December 2010
OK, so this is the second part of my post on turning Twitter data from Twapperkeeper into a dynamic network visualisation in Gephi. Last night’s post did the groundwork, generating a GEXF file from our #spill [...]

Visualising Twitter Dynamics in Gephi, Part 1

Snurb, 30 December 2010
In the following posts I’m finally keeping my promise to explore in earnest the use of Gephi‘s dynamic timeline feature for visualising Twitter-based discussions as they unfolded in real time. A few months ago, Jean posted [...]

Mapping Online Publics in Australia

Mapping Online Publics in Australia

Snurb, 23 October 2010
So, we had ourselves a fine little panel on tracking and mapping social media at the AoIR 2010 conference in Gothenburg today. Below is the presentation from our Mapping Online Publics project (with audio) – and [...]

Mapping Online Publics: Methodological Observations

Mapping Online Publics: Methodological Observations

Snurb, 12 October 2010
(Cross-posted from snurb.info, where you can also find more liveblogging from the DGMS and ECREA 2010 conferences.) Bremen. My CCI colleague Jean Burgess and I are currently in Bremen for the ‘Doing Global Media Studies’ pre-conference [...]

WARM in Urbino – presentation slides available

Jean Burgess, 5 October 2010
Just a quick update to say that the slides from the Workshop on Advanced Research Methods (WARM) at the University of Urbino last week are now available here . It was a very interesting day, covering [...]