WikiAnalytics Workshop

Posted: March 26, 2010 at 10:23 am  |  By: Johanna Niesyto  |  Tags: , ,

Yesterday we gathered at the UvA at the Digital Methods Institute (DMI) for an informal workshop in order to exchange methodological approaches and to discuss tools to allow analyzing Wikipedia. Mainly two approaches have been identified that don't necessarily stand in contrast to each other:
  • Follow the users and providers: Researchers following this approach mainly work with ethnographic approaches using interviews, participative observation etc.
  • Follow the medium: Researches following this approach start by analysing digitial phenomena and focus on digital artifacts, their structures and dynamics.
Synopses of the research designs and references to tools you find on the DMI website.

Wiki Analytics Workshop – Invitees Only

Posted: March 3, 2010 at 11:28 am  |  By: julianabrunello  |  Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Dear CPOV participant,

The Digital Methods Initiative will host an informal wiki analytics workshop at the University of Amsterdam on Thursday, March 25. Participants of the CPOV Amsterdam conference are invited to present and discuss methods, tools and data among fellow Wikipedia researchers.

The workshop is in anticipation of the CPOV Amsterdam conference, in particular the session Wiki Analytics on Saturday March 27.

If you would like to attend, please indicate this by sending a brief description of your contribution to Seats are limited so please register by Monday 15 March.

Date and time: Thursday March 25, 10:00-17:00
Location: UvA Turfdraagsterpad 9 in Amsterdam, room 0.13

The Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) is a collaboration of the New Media TEMLab at the University of Amsterdam and the Foundation, Amsterdam, developing methods and tools for Web research. The Digital Methods Initiative is directed by Prof. Dr. Richard Rogers. The project coordinators are Esther Weltevrede and Anne Helmond. Current affiliates include Anat Ben-David, Erik Borra, Marieke van Dijk, Andrea Fiore, Noortje Marres, Koen Martens, Sabine Niederer, Michael Stevenson and Marijn de Vries Hoogerwerff.

Best regards