Research Methods Intensive 2021 CDMI co-lead Mary Elizabeth Luka has been working with Mass Culture as lead supervisor and co-facilitator from UTSC CDMI over the last few months to prepare for and run a pilot research methods intensive with co-facilitator Robin Sokoloski. The collective research project that this will support involves six graduate student researchers ...

The Critical Digital Methods Institute (CDMI) is a collaborative research project of The Department of Arts, Culture and Media (ACM) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). In the last week of June, 2021, the CDMI will be hosting a Student Research Workshop for students’ works-in-progress.

Hawai'i International Conference for Systems Sciences (HICSS) 2022 This minitrack focuses on two themes: a) studies that critically interrogate how and when digital and social media (DSM) support and/or challenge existing power structures or realign power structures (including power structures internal to organizational cultures) that affect underrepresented or marginalized groups, and b) the ethical issues ...

Several CDMI members participated in a recent conference titled, Communication & Cultural Policy in the Age of the Platform, held online. It was hosted by McMaster University's Communications Governance Observatory, and the Centre for Networked Media and Performance. Elisha Lim presented as part of the Roundtable on Algorithmic Literacy on May 5. David Nieborg and ...

#AoIR 2020: Life

October 27, 2020 - October 31, 2020

#AoIR 2020: Life is the 21st annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), a transdisciplinary gathering of scholars interested in the place of networked technologies in social processes.