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Short name Oxford Internet Institute (OII)
Name Oxford Internet Institute (OII) at University of Oxford
Description The Oxford Internet Institute was founded in 2001 at the University of Oxford, as an academic centre for the study of the societal implications of the Internet.

In the last forty years the Internet has grown from an arcane and specialized academic service to the sophisticated global network of networks we see today: during this period the complexity of its societal implications has become ever more obvious, as well as the many ways it shapes our lives. Grounded in a determination to measure, understand and explain the Internet's multi-faceted interactions and effects, our research projects bring together some of the best international scholars within a multi-disciplinary department in one of the world's top research universities. We are committed to being an informed, independent and nonpartisan source of the highest quality analysis and insight in all our research and policy-related activities.

University University of Oxford
Country United Kingdom
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) enquiries@oii.ox.ac.uk
Contact form http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/contact/
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Topics of interest Big data, Copyright, Culture, Cybersecurity, Data protection, Data visualization, E-Government, E-democracy, Ethics, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Fundamental rights, Internet Governance, Internet of Things, Network architecture, Network performance, Open Government, Open access, Open data, Wireless, Social movements, Social media, Robotics, Public domain, Privacy
Disciplines involved Anthropology, Economics, Education, Engineering, Geography, Information science, Journalism, Law, Political science, Sociology, Software development, Statistics
Official website http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/
Twitter handle @oiioxford
Google Plus account https://plus.google.com/108234353317796070882/about
Projects Access Denied: A Qualitative Study of Inadequate Broadband Access in Rural Britain, An Ethical Framework for the New Civic Responsibilities of Online Service Providers, Big data and election prediction: analysing online information seeking during the European Parliament elections, Child Protection, Collective Memory in the Digital Age, understanding “forgetting” on the Internet, CollegeConnect, Development and Broadband Internet Access in East Africa, Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society, Digital Personhood: Being There: Humans and Robots in Public Spaces (HARPS), EINS: Network of Excellence in Internet Science, Elections and the Internet, Ethics of Biomedical Big Data, FastPass: A Harmonized, Modular Reference System for all European Automatic Border Crossing Points, From digital skills to tangible outcomes: improving measures and models of Internet use, Geography of Digital Inequality, GeoNet: Internet Geographies: Changing Connectivities and the Potentials of Sub-Saharan Africa's Knowledge Economy, Global Centre for Cyber Security Capacity-Building, Government on the Web, HUMANE: a typology, method and roadmap for HUman-MAchine Networks, Internet Geographies: Data Shadows and Digital Divisions of Labour, Me, My Spouse and the Internet: Meeting, Dating and Marriage in the Digital Age, Microwork and Virtual Production Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, Online Learning in the Crowd: Examining "Content Overload" in MOOC Forums, Open Data and Civic Engagement: Mechanisms for the Promotion of Political Participation, OxDEG: The Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, Oxford Digital Economy Collaboration Group (ODEC), OxIS: Oxford Internet Surveys, OXLab: Oxford eXperimental Laboratory, Political Knowledge and the Web, Tackling Digital Inequality Amongst Young People: The Home Internet Access Initiative, Taxonomy and Ecology of Contributions to Zooniverse, the Citizen Science Project, TIDSR: Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources, Transmedia Literacy, Urban Data 2 Decide, VOX-Pol Network of Excellence, Wikichains: Encouraging Transparency in Commodity Chains, Wikipedia's Networks and Geographies: Representation and Power in Peer-Produced Content, WIP: World Internet Project, A Museum Without Walls: Realising the Potential of Crowdsourcing in the Arts, Accessing and Using Big Data to Advance Social Science Knowledge, Big Data for Advancing Dementia Research, Big Data: Demonstrating the Value of the UK Web Domain Dataset for Social Science Research, Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities, Breaking Barriers to e-Government, Broadband Internet in Oxfordshire schools, Campaigning in cyberspace: 2005 general election online, Civil society participation in the World Summit for the Information Society (WSIS), CLEF (Integrating Information for the clinical e-Scientist), Clinical and psychological characteristics of Internet gamblers: web-based survey, Companions: Intelligent, Persistent, Personalised Multimodal Interfaces to the Internet, Conceptualising interaction and learning in MOOCs, Control and Prediction of the Organic Solid State (CPOSS), Critical Infrastructure Protection, Cyber-humour: the end of humour as we know it?, Cybertrust: The tension between privacy and security in an e-society, Data-driven economic models: challenges and opportunities of big data, Digital Choices and the Reconfiguring of Access, Digital Impacts: A Synthesis Report and Workshop, Digital Photography and Scientific Practice, Digitised Resources: A Usage and Impact Study, Does Wikipedia represent ‘the sum of all human knowledge’? Examining the geographical scope of a peer-produced encyclopedia, e-Curator Project, e-Science policy guidelines, Effective Age Verification Techniques: Lessons to be Learnt from the Online Gambling Industry, EICN working group on child protection and mobile phones, Embedding e-science applications: designing and managing for usability, eResearch 2020, Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements, eTRUST: e-democracy technologies and the problem of public trust, Evaluating Digital Tools for Theatre and Dance: BAC Scratch Online, Fair Tracing Project, FLOSSWorld: Free / Libre / Open Source Software, FRESNEL: Federated Secure Sensor Network Laboratory, From the ground up, Future Directions in Virtual Reality, Future Home Networks and Services, Humanities Information Practices, IMSK: Integrated Mobile Security Kit, Information Exchange between Citizens and the Department of Work and Pensions, Interactive Visualizations for Teaching, Research, and Dissemination, Intercultural Communication in Virtual Environments, Internet and productivity in public services: innovative pathways for e-government, Internet Governance, KNETWORKS: Dissemination and Networks of Knowledge in the Atlantic Area, Knowledge Exchange Networks: A Case Study in the Efficacy of Interactive Visualization, Language, power and Internet communication, Lapsed Use of the Internet Amongst Young People in the UK: Digital Choice or Digital Exclusion?, Leaders and Followers in Online Activism, Living in a Virtual World: Adaptation to the Long-term Uses of Virtual Reality, Media Literacy: Testing and refining criteria to assess media literacy levels in all EU Member States, Multi-User Virtual Reality Technology as a Laboratory for Learning about Social Research: Issues and Prospects, Networked Immersive Virtual Environments and Long-term Uses of Virtual Environments: Preliminary Studies, Networks for Web Science, New electronic document designs and systems, OeSS: The Oxford e-Social Science Project, OpenNet Initiative: state-sponsored filtering of the Internet, OportUnidad: Developing a Common Higher Education Area between Latin America and Europe While Fostering Open Educational Practices Through a Bottom-up Approach, Parliamentary representation in the age of the Internet: an Anglo-Australian comparison, Participation in Internet-mediated interactions, PEACH: Presence Research in Action, Performance of distributed problem-solving networks, Personal identification and identity management in new modes of e-government, Physical Science Information Practices, Pilot Interactive Mobile Multimedia System (PIMMS), Privacy Value Networks (PVNets), PrivacyOS, Public Opinion Indicators in Online Communication, Remixing citizenship, Researcher Engagement with Web Archives, Scoping the institutional infrastructure of e-science, SECT: Sustaining the EEBO-TCP Corpus in Transition, SESERV Consortium: Socio-Economic Services for European Research Projects, Social Feedback and the Emergence of Norms in the Production of Online Public Goods, Social inequalities in the network era: Exploring the links between Internet use and social mobility in Britain, Spam email: a qualitative study, StopBadWare.org, Student Protests and Digital Media: The Campaign Against Tuition Fees, SUBITO: Surveillance of Unattended Baggage and the Identification and Tracking of the Owner, The e-Horizons Institute, The Fifth Estate, The Global Internet Values Project: International Perspectives on Privacy, Security, Trust, and Freedom in a Networked World, The Internet, Political Science and Public Policy: Re-examining Collective Action, Governance and Citizen-Government Interactions in the Digital Era, The Learner in Their Context, The Learning Companion: an embodied conversational agent for learning, The Sociology of Virtual Reality, The World Wide Web of Science: emerging global sources of expertise, Towards a Future Internet, ULab: European Laboratory for Modelling the Technical Research University of Tomorrow, Using Web Archives: A Futures Perspective, Virtual communities of practice: the open source software community, VOSON: Virtual Observatory for the Study of Online Networks, Who represents the Arab world online? Mapping and measuring local knowledge production and representation in the Middle East and North Africa, Wireless technology for broadband Internet, World Wide Web of Humanities

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Oxford Internet Institute (OII) having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Helen MargettsHelenMargetts
Victoria NashVictoriaNashDeputy DirectorChild safety
Human rights
Democracy
Internet Governance
Fundamental Rights
E-democracy

List of Educational Resources of Oxford Internet Institute (OII)

This is an automatically generated list of the education resources of Oxford Internet Institute (OII) indexed on the NoC wiki:

 Topic interest
MSc in Social Science of the InternetBig Data
Copyright
Data Protection
Digital Divide
Digital Economy
Digital Identity
Digital Rights Management
E-democracy
E-Govenment
Freedom of Expression
Fundamental Rights
Global Governance
Information Law
Intellectual Property
Internet Censorship
Internet Governance
Media Literacy
Media Regulation
Network Architecture
Network Neutrality
Privacy
Social Media
Social Movements
Surveillance
Virtual Ethnography
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ClassificationUniversity of Oxford + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/contact/ +
CountryUnited Kingdom +
DescriptionThe Oxford Internet Institute was founded
The Oxford Internet Institute was founded in 2001 at the University of Oxford, as an academic centre for the study of the societal implications of the Internet. In the last forty years the Internet has grown from an arcane and specialized academic service to the sophisticated global network of networks we see today: during this period the complexity of its societal implications has become ever more obvious, as well as the many ways it shapes our lives. Grounded in a determination to measure, understand and explain the Internet's multi-faceted interactions and effects, our research projects bring together some of the best international scholars within a multi-disciplinary department in one of the world's top research universities. We are committed to being an informed, independent and nonpartisan source of the highest quality analysis and insight in all our research and policy-related activities.
ur research and policy-related activities. +
DisciplineAnthropology +, Economics +, Education +, Engineering +, Geography +, Information science +, Journalism +, Law +, Political science +, Sociology +, Software development + and Statistics +
Full nameOxford Internet Institute (OII) at University of Oxford +
Google Plushttps://plus.google.com/108234353317796070882/about +
Homepagehttp://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/ +
ProjectAccess Denied: A Qualitative Study of Inadequate Broadband Access in Rural Britain +, An Ethical Framework for the New Civic Responsibilities of Online Service Providers +, Big data and election prediction: analysing online information seeking during the European Parliament elections +, Child Protection +, Collective Memory in the Digital Age +, Understanding “forgetting” on the Internet +, CollegeConnect +, Development and Broadband Internet Access in East Africa +, Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society +, Digital Personhood: Being There: Humans and Robots in Public Spaces (HARPS) +, EINS: Network of Excellence in Internet Science +, Elections and the Internet +, Ethics of Biomedical Big Data +, FastPass: A Harmonized, Modular Reference System for all European Automatic Border Crossing Points +, From digital skills to tangible outcomes: improving measures and models of Internet use +, Geography of Digital Inequality +, GeoNet: Internet Geographies: Changing Connectivities and the Potentials of Sub-Saharan Africa's Knowledge Economy +, Global Centre for Cyber Security Capacity-Building +, Government on the Web +, HUMANE: a typology, method and roadmap for HUman-MAchine Networks +, Internet Geographies: Data Shadows and Digital Divisions of Labour +, Me, My Spouse and the Internet: Meeting, Dating and Marriage in the Digital Age +, Microwork and Virtual Production Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia +, Online Learning in the Crowd: Examining "Content Overload" in MOOC Forums +, Open Data and Civic Engagement: Mechanisms for the Promotion of Political Participation +, OxDEG: The Oxford Digital Ethnography Group +, Oxford Digital Economy Collaboration Group (ODEC) +, OxIS: Oxford Internet Surveys +, OXLab: Oxford eXperimental Laboratory +, Political Knowledge and the Web +, Tackling Digital Inequality Amongst Young People: The Home Internet Access Initiative +, Taxonomy and Ecology of Contributions to Zooniverse, the Citizen Science Project +, TIDSR: Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources +, Transmedia Literacy +, Urban Data 2 Decide +, VOX-Pol Network of Excellence +, Wikichains: Encouraging Transparency in Commodity Chains +, Wikipedia's Networks and Geographies: Representation and Power in Peer-Produced Content +, WIP: World Internet Project +, A Museum Without Walls: Realising the Potential of Crowdsourcing in the Arts +, Accessing and Using Big Data to Advance Social Science Knowledge +, Big Data for Advancing Dementia Research +, Big Data: Demonstrating the Value of the UK Web Domain Dataset for Social Science Research +, Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities +, Breaking Barriers to e-Government +, Broadband Internet in Oxfordshire schools +, Campaigning in cyberspace: 2005 general election online +, Civil society participation in the World Summit for the Information Society (WSIS) +, CLEF (Integrating Information for the clinical e-Scientist) +, Clinical and psychological characteristics of Internet gamblers: web-based survey +, Companions: Intelligent, Persistent, Personalised Multimodal Interfaces to the Internet +, Conceptualising interaction and learning in MOOCs +, Control and Prediction of the Organic Solid State (CPOSS) +, Critical Infrastructure Protection +, Cyber-humour: the end of humour as we know it? +, Cybertrust: The tension between privacy and security in an e-society +, Data-driven economic models: challenges and opportunities of big data +, Digital Choices and the Reconfiguring of Access +, Digital Impacts: A Synthesis Report and Workshop +, Digital Photography and Scientific Practice +, Digitised Resources: A Usage and Impact Study +, Does Wikipedia represent ‘the sum of all human knowledge’? Examining the geographical scope of a peer-produced encyclopedia +, E-Curator Project +, E-Science policy guidelines +, Effective Age Verification Techniques: Lessons to be Learnt from the Online Gambling Industry +, EICN working group on child protection and mobile phones +, Embedding e-science applications: designing and managing for usability +, EResearch 2020 +, Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements +, ETRUST: e-democracy technologies and the problem of public trust +, Evaluating Digital Tools for Theatre and Dance: BAC Scratch Online +, Fair Tracing Project +, FLOSSWorld: Free / Libre / Open Source Software +, FRESNEL: Federated Secure Sensor Network Laboratory +, From the ground up +, Future Directions in Virtual Reality +, Future Home Networks and Services +, Humanities Information Practices +, IMSK: Integrated Mobile Security Kit +, Information Exchange between Citizens and the Department of Work and Pensions +, Interactive Visualizations for Teaching, Research, and Dissemination +, Intercultural Communication in Virtual Environments +, Internet and productivity in public services: innovative pathways for e-government +, Internet Governance +, KNETWORKS: Dissemination and Networks of Knowledge in the Atlantic Area +, Knowledge Exchange Networks: A Case Study in the Efficacy of Interactive Visualization +, Language, power and Internet communication +, Lapsed Use of the Internet Amongst Young People in the UK: Digital Choice or Digital Exclusion? +, Leaders and Followers in Online Activism +, Living in a Virtual World: Adaptation to the Long-term Uses of Virtual Reality +, Media Literacy: Testing and refining criteria to assess media literacy levels in all EU Member States +, Multi-User Virtual Reality Technology as a Laboratory for Learning about Social Research: Issues and Prospects +, Networked Immersive Virtual Environments and Long-term Uses of Virtual Environments: Preliminary Studies +, Networks for Web Science +, New electronic document designs and systems +, OeSS: The Oxford e-Social Science Project +, OpenNet Initiative: state-sponsored filtering of the Internet +, OportUnidad: Developing a Common Higher Education Area between Latin America and Europe While Fostering Open Educational Practices Through a Bottom-up Approach +, Parliamentary representation in the age of the Internet: an Anglo-Australian comparison +, Participation in Internet-mediated interactions +, PEACH: Presence Research in Action +, Performance of distributed problem-solving networks +, Personal identification and identity management in new modes of e-government +, Physical Science Information Practices +, Pilot Interactive Mobile Multimedia System (PIMMS) +, Privacy Value Networks (PVNets) +, PrivacyOS +, Public Opinion Indicators in Online Communication +, Remixing citizenship +, Researcher Engagement with Web Archives +, Scoping the institutional infrastructure of e-science +, SECT: Sustaining the EEBO-TCP Corpus in Transition +, SESERV Consortium: Socio-Economic Services for European Research Projects +, Social Feedback and the Emergence of Norms in the Production of Online Public Goods +, Social inequalities in the network era: Exploring the links between Internet use and social mobility in Britain +, Spam email: a qualitative study +, StopBadWare.org +, Student Protests and Digital Media: The Campaign Against Tuition Fees +, SUBITO: Surveillance of Unattended Baggage and the Identification and Tracking of the Owner +, The e-Horizons Institute +, The Fifth Estate +, The Global Internet Values Project: International Perspectives on Privacy, Security, Trust, and Freedom in a Networked World +, The Internet, Political Science and Public Policy: Re-examining Collective Action, Governance and Citizen-Government Interactions in the Digital Era +, The Learner in Their Context +, The Learning Companion: an embodied conversational agent for learning +, The Sociology of Virtual Reality +, The World Wide Web of Science: emerging global sources of expertise +, Towards a Future Internet +, ULab: European Laboratory for Modelling the Technical Research University of Tomorrow +, Using Web Archives: A Futures Perspective +, Virtual communities of practice: the open source software community +, VOSON: Virtual Observatory for the Study of Online Networks +, Who represents the Arab world online? Mapping and measuring local knowledge production and representation in the Middle East and North Africa +, Wireless technology for broadband Internet + and World Wide Web of Humanities +
Short nameOxford Internet Institute (OII) +
Topic interestBig data +, Copyright +, Culture +, Cybersecurity +, Data protection +, Data visualization +, E-Government +, E-democracy +, Ethics +, Freedom of expression +, Freedom of information +, Fundamental rights +, Internet Governance +, Internet of Things +, Network architecture +, Network performance +, Open Government +, Open access +, Open data +, Wireless +, Social movements +, Social media +, Robotics +, Public domain + and Privacy +
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