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The Oxford Internet Institute OII is a multi-disciplinary department, part of the University of Oxford, England It is housed over two sites on St Giles in Oxford, including a primary site at 1 St Giles, owned by Balliol College The department undertakes research and teaching devoted to understanding life online, with the aim of shaping Internet research, policy, and practice

Founded in 2001, the OII has tracked the Internet's development and use, aiming to shed light on individual, collective and institutional behaviour online The department brings together academics from a wide range of disciplines including political science, sociology, geography, economics, philosophy and physics and employs a diverse array of methods and data sources to study digital life

Professor William H Dutton served as Director of the OII from 2001 to 2011 Professor Helen Margetts has served as Director since 2011

Contents

  • 1 Research
    • 11 Studies of Wikipedia
  • 2 Teaching
  • 3 History
  • 4 OII awards
    • 41 Lifetime achievement awards winners
    • 42 Internet and society awards
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Research

Research at the OII covers a huge variety of topics, with faculty publishing journal articles and books on issues including privacy and security, e-government and e-democracy, virtual economies, smart cities, digital exclusion, digital humanities, online gaming, big data and Internet geography The OII currently has the following research clusters reflecting the diverse expertise of faculty:

  • Digital Politics and Government
  • Information Governance and Security
  • Social Data Science
  • Connectivity, Inclusion and Inequality
  • Internet Economies
  • Digital Knowledge and Culture
  • Education, Digital Life and Wellbeing
  • Ethics and Philosophy of Information

Studies of Wikipedia

OII has published several studies in Internet geography and Wikipedia In November 2011, the Guardian Data Blog published maps of geotagged Wikipedia articles written in English, Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, French, Hebrew and Persian OII Senior Research Fellow Mark Graham led the study and published the results on his blog, Zero Geography Graham also leads an OII project focused on how new users are perceived, represented, and incorporated into the Wikipedia community In 2013, OII researchers published a study of controversial topics in 10 different language versions of Wikipedia, using data related to "edit wars"

Teaching

Since 2006, the OII has offered a DPhil doctoral degree in "Information, Communication, and the Social Sciences" Since 2009, it has offered a one-year Master of Science MSc degree in "Social Science of the Internet" From 2015, prospective students can apply to study the MSc degree part-time over two years In addition, the department also runs an annual Summer Doctoral Programme which brings outstanding PhD students to study at the OII for two weeks each July

History

The Oxford Internet Institute was made possible by a major donation from The Shirley Foundation of over £10m, with public funding totalling over £5m from the Higher Education Funding Council for England

The idea originated with Derek Wyatt MP, was quickly espoused by Colin Lucas, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, and Andrew Graham, then Master-Elect of Balliol Two Balliol Fellows, who knew Dame Stephanie from The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, approached Dame Stephanie for support

OII awards

For its 10th anniversary the OII launched the OII awards for lifetime achievement awards on the internet research field and the Internet & Society awards for significant recent contribution to develop the internet for public good

Lifetime achievement awards winners

2014:

  • Sir Tim Berners-Lee
  • Dame Steve Shirley
  • Barry Wellman

2013:

  • John Seely Brown

2012:

  • Professor Yochai Benkler

2011:

  • Professor Manuel Castells
  • Dr Vinton G Cerf
  • Dr David Clark
  • Professor William H Dutton
  • Professor Dame Wendy Hall
  • Mr Joi Ito
  • Mr Niklas Zennström

Internet and society awards

2014:

  • Beth Noveck
  • Martha Lane Fox
  • Laura Bates

2013:

  • Chris Lintott and galaxy zoo
  • Alec Ross
  • Max Schrems

2012:

  • Simon Rogers
  • Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Jennifer Pahlka

2011:

  • Tom Watson
  • 38 Degrees
  • Public Sector Transparency Board

See also

  • University of Oxford portal
  • Internet portal
  • World Internet Project
  • Information Society Project at Yale Law School

References

  1. ^ "Professor Helen Margetts Appointed Director of the Oxford Internet Institute" Retrieved 7 Nov 2011 
  2. ^ Rogers, Simon 11 November 2011 "The world of Wikipedia's languages mapped" The Guardian 
  3. ^ "Dr Mark Graham" Retrieved 14 June 2013 
  4. ^ Mark Graham 10 November 2011 "Mapping Wikipedia's augmentations of our planet" Retrieved 2014-09-04 
  5. ^ "Wikipedia's Networks and Geographies: Representation and Power in Peer-Produced Content" Oxford Internet Institute November 2010 Retrieved 2014-09-04 
  6. ^ Taha Yasseri, Anselm Spoerri, Mark Graham, János Kertész 8 Jul 2013 "The most controversial topics in Wikipedia: A multilingual and geographical analysis" arXiv:13055566v2  Missing or empty |url= help CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list link
  7. ^ "Oxford Internet Institute's D Phil programme" Retrieved 29 April 2011 
  8. ^ "Oxford Internet Institute's one year MSc" Retrieved 29 April 2011 
  9. ^ "The OII's MSc in Social Science of the Internet is now available for part-time study | Oxford Internet Institute" wwwoiioxacuk Retrieved 2016-01-15 
  10. ^ "The OII Summer Doctoral Programme" The OII Summer Doctoral Programme Retrieved 2016-01-15 
  11. ^ OII Awards | OII Awards Blogsoiioxacuk 2013-07-18 Retrieved on 2014-04-12

External links

  • Oxford Internet Institute

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