e-Social Science

National Centre for e-Social Science

The first international conference on e-Social Science will be held June 22-24 in Manchester, UK. While the deadline for proposals has already passed, you can still register to attend (£ 143 for students until May 27th).

Themes include: case studies; e-research practices; large-scale collaborative research; methodological innovation; socio-technical issues; new data sources; tools for data mining, visualisation, analysis, modelling and collaborative research.

Get in on the ground floor, you can help pick the drapes.

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