The first Hangout call on Multistakeholder Research will take place on Tuesday, March 22nd, from 8:45-10:00am Eastern Time (for ease, the following converter can be used to identify the time of the hangout in your local time zone: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html). This call will be co-led by Ryan Budish of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Juliana Nolasco of ITS Rio. They have provided the following description:
In Spring 2016 NoC’s Hangout series will take place. The NoC Hangout series is an opportunity for NoC members to participate in monthly learning calls led by the NoC researchers for the purpose of sharing, discussing, and collaborating on issues of common interest. Each learning call will feature a different research topic members of the NoC are currently working on. Hangout leaders will briefly introduce a topic of interest and facilitate a conversation with other NoC members. We anticipate the Hangouts will serve as an opportunity for knowledge exchange, help participants brainstorm around new areas of inquiry and exploration, and foster connections and collaboration within the NoC community.
The Global Network of Internet & Society Research Centers (NoC) is happy to welcome 8 new participants from across the world!
The following Centers have joined the NoC as Participating Centers, i.e., academic research centers whose agenda is primarily focused on Internet & Society topics. They are listed in alphabetical order.
Conferences and meetings
|International Regulatory Trends on Personal Data Protection||Nov 14, 2014||
Santiago de Chile
|The Evolution of the Internet Governance Ecosystem||Oct 02, 2014||
|Perspectives on Internet Governance and Research (IGF Istanbul, Host Country Session)||Sep 03, 2014||
About the Network of Centers
Launched in 2012, the global Network of Internet & Society Centers (NoC) is a collaborative initiative among academic institutions with a focus on interdisciplinary research on the development, social impact, policy implications, and legal issues concerning the Internet. This collective aims to increase interoperability between participating centers in order to stimulate the creation of new cross-national, cross-disciplinary conversation, debate, teaching, learning, and engagement regarding the most pressing questions around new technologies, social change, and related policy and regulatory developments. Check out the current participating centers, and learn how to get involved!