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Social Media Analytics: Using Data to Understand Public Conversations

Learn how to use powerful digital tools to analyse conversations on Twitter. What are tweets and the cultural politics of Twitter? Learn to use TAGS and discuss the implications of accessing social media data. What are the pros and cons of analysing social media data in real time? Learn how to use Tableau to analyse data, identify…

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DMRC Fridays Seminar Series 2019 – July 12

Photo by Franki Chamaki on Unsplash   The second of our DMRC Fridays seminars for 2019 will take place on Friday July 12th from 1-3pm in Z9 607 (Kelvin Grove Campus). We hope as many of you as possible will be able to come along. — Playing with machines: Using machine learning to understand automated copyright enforcement at scale We…

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AAH Digital Media, Digital Methods and the Humanities Workshop – 13 November

The DMRC is partnering with the Australian Academy of the Humanities to host a special event for early career humanities researchers. The Digital Media, Digital Methods and the Humanities Workshop will be held on Wednesday 13 November 2019 at QUT’s Kelvin Grove campus in Brisbane. This interactive full day workshop will bring…

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Are Facebook, Google, and Amazon the Future of Media? – public lecture recording now available

On Thursday 4 April, the DMRC’s new Capacity Building Professor, Amanda Lotz, presented a public lecture entitled Are Facebook, Google, and Amazon the Future of Media? The lines between ‘tech’ and media industries have grown blurry and we are increasingly uncertain about their role in everyday life. Fifty-two percent of Australians…

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Mapping location-aware mobile dating practices in Sydney – 17 May

Please join us for this visiting scholar seminar on Friday 17 May at 2.00pm at QUT Kelvin Grove. Love knows no bounds…except for postcodes and sexual racism: Mapping location-aware mobile dating practices in Sydney Race matters within contemporary dating and partner seeking, where inequalities of intimacy are now entangled with…

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Geo locative audio storytelling – from the UK frontlines – 17 May

As digital technology enables us to move in and out of audio on location, producers and artists are responding to the new ‘storied space’ in a variety of ways. Join Hamish Sewell, independent audio storyteller, podcaster and founder of the geo locative project, Soundtrails (http://soundtrails.com.au/), as he discusses his latest study…

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Are Facebook, Google, and Amazon the Future of Media? 4 April at Kelvin Grove

CHASS, QUT Digital Media Research Centre and QUT Creative Industries present HASS Stars Public Lecture delivered by Professor Amanda Lotz on Thursday 4 April from 5.30pm. Are Facebook, Google, and Amazon the Future of Media? The lines between ‘tech’ and media industries have grown blurry and we are increasingly uncertain about their…

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DMRC Fridays Seminar Series 2019 – April 12

The first of our DMRC Fridays Seminar Series for 2019 takes place on April 12 with four exciting presentations! Join us to hear about the latest research being generated by Centre members and research students. Please register to attend at the Eventbrite site. April 12: Kelvin Grove Campus: Z9 607: 1-3pm.   Who is Amanda Lotz and what…

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Trends in education and research in the Creative Industries

Twenty years after the Creative Industries Mapping Documents were released by the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport, QUT researchers discussed trends and future growth in the industry from the world’s first university with a dedicated Creative Industries Faculty. You can view the presentations by Distinguished Professor…

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2019 Calendar of Events

Find out more about upcoming events at the DMRC including special events, visitor seminars, and digital methods …

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