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14. oktober 2014

Seminar: Digital methods in social science research - nu med slides

Wednesday November 19, 2014 at 09:15-14:30

Meet and get inspiration from researchers at Faculty of Social Sciences, who has experiences with use of digital methods. Meet and network with colleagues across departments. Take part in the panel discussion, which will focus on the challenges and opportunities of using digital methods in social science research and education, and join us to discuss and influence future research.

Program

09:15 Registration and coffee
 
09:45 Welcome and introduction
Dean Troels Østergaard Sørensen
 
10:00 KOVIKO (Mapping Scientific Controversies)
Associate Professor Ayo Wahlberg, Department of Anthropology

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10:20 Using ICT in Neuropsychological research
Postdoc Inge Wilms, Department of Psychology

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10:40 Participation in online Political Signature-Gathering
Ph.D. student Frederik Hjorth, Department of Political Science

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11:00 Coffee break
 
11:20 Elites in Denmark
Ph.D. student Anton Grau Larsen, Department of Sociology

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11:40 CIDEA (Citizen Driven Environmental Action)
Professor Jens Hoff, Department of Political Science

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12:00 Lunch
 
12:40 DIGITAL SAMF
Associate Professor Heiko Henkel, Department of Anthropology

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13.00 Social Fabric
Professor David Dreyer Lassen, Department of Economics

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13.20 Coffee and cake
 
13:35 Panel debate and questions
Panel: Speakers + Associate Dean of Education Birgitte Sloth
Facilitator: Director, professor Finn Kensing, Center for IT Innovation
 
14:15 Closing remarks
CEO Steen Pedersen, DeIC + Associate Dean of Education Birgitte Sloth
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Registration: It's free to participate. Registration deadline: Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Slides 

KOVIKO (Mapping Scientific Controversies)
Associate Professor Ayo Wahlberg, Department of Anthropology

Using ICT in Neuropsychological research
Postdoc Inge Wilms, Department of Psychology

Participation in online Political Signature-Gathering
Ph.D. student Frederik Hjorth, Department of Political Science

Elites in Denmark
Ph.D. student Anton Grau Larsen, Department of Sociology

CIDEA (Citizen Driven Environmental Action)
Professor Jens Hoff, Department of Political Science

DIGITAL SAMF
Associate Professor Heiko Henkel, Department of Anthropology

Social Fabric
Professor David Dreyer Lassen, Department of Economics

Digital Methods in Social Science Research
Steen Pedersen