Keynote Speaker Spotlight: Keith Hampton (@mysocnet) #SMSociety14

Are we becoming more isolated because of our incessant need to be glued to our screens? Keith Hampton, an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Rutgers University, doesn’t think so. In his research, Keith explores the relationship between new information and communication technologies, social networks, democratic engagement, and the urban environment. We … Continue Reading →

#SMSociety14 Call for Submissions is coming…

Mark your calendar! The 2014 conference will be held in Toronto, Canada on September 27-28, 2014. Stay tuned for the Call for Submissions for the 2014 Social Media & Society Conference (#SMSociety14) to be released on January 15, 2014.

Social Media & Society conference promotes interdisciplinary exchange of ideas about our networked world

Nearly 200 researchers and professionals attended Canada’s second major interdisciplinary symposium looking at the effects of social media on society. Sponsored by GRAND and Dalhousie University, and organized by Dalhousie’s Social Media Lab, the 2013 International Conference on Social Media and Society (Sept 14-15, 2013) was a successful follow-up to the lab’s … Continue Reading →

Storify of #SMSociety13

Storify is a social network tool that allows users to curate online content such as Tweets, YouTube videos, and Flickr photos to create timelines and stories. We collected online content generated by our #SMSociety13 Social Media & Society Conference attendees to create this Storfiy for you! [View the story “#SMSociety13 … Continue Reading →