Are you involved with, or interested in, Internet research in New Zealand?
InternetNZ, in conjunction with AUT's Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, is holding the second New Zealand Internet Research Forum and we’d love you to attend.
The Forum is open to anyone who’s involved with, or interested in, Internet research in New Zealand. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the birds-of-a-feather and research discussion sessions, which will be divided into technical and non-technical streams. Participants can attend for free, and spaces for non-participants will be advised ASAP.
The NZIRF supports the continued establishment of a network of researchers working in a wide range of fields such as social media, virtual worlds, cyber security, online activism, crowdsourcing, computer engineering, copyright, gaming, digital politics, online communities, the virtual public sphere, online journalism, and digital literacy.
When: Thursday 4 - Friday 5 February 2016.
What: Thursday afternoon - discussion groups for postgraduate students and early-career researchers and Birds of a Feather session.
Thursday evening - Social event
Friday all day - Forum itself
Where: AUT City Campus, Auckland