Welcome to the iCS-OII 2011 symposium, "A Decade in Internet Time" - an academic conference organised to critically assess the last decade of social research on the Internet and identify directions for research over the next.
This year's Symposium will be held between Wednesday 21st September and Friday 23rd September at the University of Oxford's Manor Road Building, located to the east of the city centre.
The registration fee for delegates is £195, which includes attendance to the symposium, entrance to the evening receptions and the option of having a tour of Oxford and going punting on Saturday 24th September. For student delegates, there is a £40 discount available.
Due to high demand, I am afraid that registration for the Symposium has now closed. However, you may be interested in attending our standalone plenary session of the conference, on Thursday 22nd September. This two-hour session, running between 16:30 and 18:30, will draw together the many themes of the conference, addressing the concept of a ‘A Decade in Internet Time’ and will include keynote speeches from Professor Manuel Castells, Vint Cerf, Google’s Chief Evangelist, Dame Professor Wendy Hall, Professor Eli Noam, Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, and Andrew Graham, Master of Balliol College, with closing remarks by Dame Stephanie Shirley, the lead benefactor of the OII. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org