2012.12.28 | Research news, Events
Der er kick-off for DIGHUMLAB på Arts, AU, d. 23. januar fra 9.00 til 15.00. Arts-forskere fra forskellige fagmiljøer vil fortælle, hvordan de bruger digitale forskningsmetoder, og repræsentanter fra DIGHUMLAB vil være til stede for at høre på forskernes behov for nye digitale værktøjer/programmer.
2012.11.21 | Events, Research
Rikke Toft Nørgård will defend her Ph.D. thesis on digital games, gameplay and gameplayers entitled "Gameplay Corporeality: the corporeal-locomotive dimension in gameplay activity and experience" on November 28th from 10 am to 1 pm.
2012.10.01 | Research
We are looking for colleagues who are interested in joining an initiative for building a transnational research infrastructure for the study of web materials archived in national and similar general web archives.
2012.09.03 | Education news, Events, PhD students, Public/media
Niels Ole Finnemann, Niels Brügger and Anja Bechmann from CFI will be lecturing at the PhD-seminar 'Digital Humanities and the Study of the Web and Web Archives' in December 2012. Richard Rogers from University of Amsterdam who has previously visited CFI will also give a lecture. The PhD-seminar is organised by the Digital Humanities Lab/NetLab.
2012.08.30 | Events, Knowledge exchange, Research news, Language and communication, Staff, Public/media
The new ambitious research project DIGHUMLAB is inviting everyone to participate in the launch and seminar taking place at Aarhus University.
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The Centre for Internet Studies (CFI) was established in 2000 in order to promote research into the social and cultural functions and implications of the internet. CFI serves as a meeting place and forum for local and international internet researchers within the humanities and social sciences. We organise internal and external research seminars and conferences. We are engaged in a number of research projects and collaborations with other research institutions, and we endow PhD projects within the field of internet research. Read more
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