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    Art & the Web
    A introduction to how artists and designers and using the web and adapting to the web

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    Contemporary Social Movements and the Web
    Social Movements are decentralising in the modern world. Web 2.0 has driven latency structures in social movements, and made activism more personal than ever before, but it has also introduced the concept of slacktivism. Micro-Macro relationships are becoming important theoretical frameworks for Social Movement research on the Web - has the Global Justice Movement of 1999 become Global Justice Networks in 2013?

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    Development of the Web
    A seminar for BNU students who have participated in the FutureLearn Web Science MOOC.

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    Guest Lectures
    Lectures from disciplines across the University

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    How The Web Devalues Creativity
    By lowering the barriers to communication, the Web has not made it possible for writers to make more money; instead large corporate aggregators are taking advantage of creators to make themselves rich. MaryAnn Johanson is the creator of one of the oldest independent film review sites on the web (flickfilosopher.com). In this lecture she addresses the problems of the long tail for the long tailees. How can a creative professional make a living through the Web, when all the power is held by the aggregators? So much for radical disintermediation... This share contains the lecture slides (see slide #29-30 for the summary of her argument), the lecture audio, further reading, a link to her web site and a critique of The Longer Tail from students at another Web Science Trust Network lab.

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    How was the Web Invented
    A lecture about the Web, it's history and sociotechnical coconstitution, for precessional students

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    Multidisciplinary Guest Lectures
    A series of lectures by experts across the University, talking about the intersection of Web science and their discipline.

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    Personal Learning Environments? or Society’s Learning Environment?
    Keynote Presentation at PLE2011. What kind of Web have we got? What kind of Web does a Learning Individual need? What kind of Web does a Learning Society need?

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    Web Science and Data Analytics Course
    Resources from the Singapore Summer School 2014 hosted by NUS. ws-summerschool.comp.nus.edu.sg

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    What is the Web?
    An introductory lecture on Web Science, taking a kind of devils advocate position by suggesting that the Web is a piece of runaway technology that escaped from research labs prematurely.

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