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DARPA Aims to Score Social and Behavioral Research
Higher Education Reform
March 6, 2019

DARPA Aims to Score Social and Behavioral Research

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Those Who Share Fake News Tend to Be Older: Study
Innovation
February 28, 2019

Those Who Share Fake News Tend to Be Older: Study

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Social Science Foo Camp 2019
Innovation
February 14, 2019

Social Science Foo Camp 2019

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The What, Why and How of Collective Intelligence
Innovation
January 25, 2019

The What, Why and How of Collective Intelligence

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VR: The Future of Experimental Social Research?

VR: The Future of Experimental Social Research?

Virtual Reality technology is opening previously locked doors to researchers in the social sciences. But how viable is it really as a research tool? We take a look back over the history of experimental research in human perception and response to consider the future of VR in experimental design.

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Training Social Scientists for the Future

Training Social Scientists for the Future

Calling all social scientists. How were you trained? How are you keeping up (or not) with new developments in this rapidly changing digital world? How are you training your students? This was the subject of an event sponsored by SAGE Ocean as part of the ESRC’s 2018 Festival of Social Science. Comment on the post

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Social Scientists Connect with LinkedIn Data

Social Scientists Connect with LinkedIn Data

Linked In is a potential treasure trove for researchers, but it has limitations on both how much data to use and how to obtain it. But a since 2017 the company has been offering teams of researchers a chance to explore its riches.

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Grants Offered Computational Social Science Software Developers

Grants Offered Computational Social Science Software Developers

A grant program that provides early stage funding for innovative software ideas that support social science researchers working with big data and new technology is now accepting applications.

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SAGE Ocean Speaker Series #3: How Technology Fails Us & What to Do

SAGE Ocean Speaker Series #3: How Technology Fails Us & What to Do

#SAGETalks returns with the third installment of the FREE SAGE Ocean Speaker Series on June 11th in London at 6pm. Keith Porcaro, fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center, will present his work on data trusts, a legal tool for governing and protecting digital movements.

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SAGE Speakers Series #2

SAGE Speakers Series #2

SAGE Ocean is pleased to announce their 2nd Speaker Series titled “Violence, VR & Video Data – Experimental Research into Violent Events.” This second session will see Mark Levine discussing the use of virtual reality to study the behavior of bystanders in violent emergencies.

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Humans Broke the Internet. Understanding Them Better Might Help Fix It

Humans Broke the Internet. Understanding Them Better Might Help Fix It

This stark contrast between the internet’s light and dark sides has become a defining characteristic of the digital age, writes Timo Hannay founder SchoolDash, but is not an inevitable consequence of the mostly innocuous technologies on which it’s built. Rather, it is the product of their bewilderingly diverse and eccentric user base – otherwise known as humanity.

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Five Principles of Science Communication

Five Principles of Science Communication

Effective communication is fundamental to increasing public understanding and for building the bridge between the public and the sciences. Suzi Spitzer outlines five principles of holistic science communication that can facilitate collaborative learning between scientists and the public.

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