Workshop on Users, Usability and User-engagement Based on e-Research, and Web 2.0
In Association with eSI Thematic Programme: The Influence and Impact of Web 2.0 on e-Research Infrastructure, Applications and Users
18 January, 10 09:30 AM - 19 January, 10 04:00 PM
Oxford e-Research Centre, OeRC, OxfordOrganiser: Mark Baker
Any slides or other material generated as a result of this event can be found at: www.nesc.ac.uk/action/esi/contribution.cfm?Title=1053
With improved access to an increasingly mobile web 2.0 online environment, large numbers of users are creating content using a variety of tools, changing the ways in which members of communities interact, socialise, and collaborate with each other. The user centered, distributed nature of Web 2.0 technologies has implications for academic researchers as well as the general public, yet little is understood regarding how Web 2.0 and e-Research methodologies are changing the information environment, and how they are actively used.
The aim of this workshop is to highlight issues of use and users of web 2.0 and e-Research technologies. We aim to identify and discuss the main research areas that are becoming increasingly pertinent, while highlighting emergent issues regarding the use and users of web 2.0 technologies in both the academic and non-academic domains.
A list of convenient accommodation is available at:
If you would like to attend this meeting please contact [mark DOT baker AT computer DOT org].
This event is provisionally scheduled to start at 09:30 Monday 18 January 2010 and close at 16:00 on Tuesday 19 January 2010.
A programme is available at: http://research3.org/events/Schedule.pdf
Registration for this event is now closed. To enquire about an application or to cancel a previous application please contact NeSC Administration.
15 Dec - Registration Opens
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|This event is sponsored by e-Science Institute in association with the following organisations:|
|The e-Science Institute|