Katrin Tiidenberg - Digital Ethnography

UQ students and staff, register now to attend Ethnography on the internet - deep dives, thick descriptions and trust, presented by Associate Professor Katrin Tiidenberg on Thursday 10 October.

Event details and registration

Hear Katrin, international scholar in social media research and visual culture, discuss her success, failures, ideas and tactics in this discussion about ethnographic research online.

Title: Ethnography on the internet - deep dives, thick descriptions and trust

Date: Thursday 10 October, 2019

Time: 10am - 12pm

Venue: 12-N109, level 1, Central Library, St Lucia campus

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Get in early to secure your seat as spaces are limited.

Following Katrin's presentation, the Library will deliver an Overview of Social Media scraping tools, that will discuss the various social media scraping tools that can be used to conduct social media research.

Title: Overview of Social Media scraping tools

Date: Thursday 10 October, 2019

Time: 12pm - 1pm

Venue: 12-N109, level 1, Central Library, St Lucia campus

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Katrin will also be presenting as part of the Research Seminar and Workshop series.

About Katrin

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Katrin Tiidenberg

Katrin Tiidenberg is an Associate Professor of Social Media and Visual Culture at Tallinn University, Estonia. She is on the Executive Board of the Association of Internet Researchers and the Estonian Young Academy of Sciences.

Katrin Tiidenberg is visiting Brisbane during October for the 2019 Association of Internet Researchers conference. Katrin will also deliver a presentation on mindfulness apps for the UQ School of Communication and Arts.

She is the author of:

She is currently writing and publishing on social media, sex, visual social media practices and digital research ethics. Find more of Katrin's research and writing on Google Scholar.

More information about Katrin can be found on her Tumblr.

Recording

Last updated:
5 November 2019