[CITAMS] program online: 3rd International Conference 'Social Sciences & the Internet'
umatzat at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 08:04:28 EDT 2016
as you may know, on July 1 the third international conference "Social
Sciences and the Internet" takes place at Eindhoven University of
Technology, organized by the Human-Technology-Interaction Group. The
conference includes more than 20 research presentations and 2 Keynote
presentations about social media, the Internet, privacy, gaming, and other
digital technologies. The conference program including information about
the exact venue (Strijp-S), the schedule, and more can be found at:
We invite you to take part in the conference and the ongoing discussions
of the presentations. Those who would like to visit the conference need to
register via an email to conf2016tue at gmail.com. We ask you to pay a
conference fee of 50,- Euro covering all costs for a lunch, coffee,
cookies, and a borrel (=drinks and snacks) at the end of the conference
program at 17:15.
Should you have any questions about the conference, feel free to approach
us. We are looking forward to meeting you on July 1 at Strijp-S near
Eindhoven University of Technology.
Uwe Matzat, Chris Snijders, Alain Starke
Sociology Section / Human-Technology Interaction Group
School of Innovation Science
Eindhoven University of Technology
P.O. Box 513, 5600 MB Eindhoven
editor International Journal of Internet Science
- Matzat, U., & Vrieling, E.M. (2016). Self-regulated learning and social
media – a ‘natural alliance’? Evidence on students’ self-regulation of
learning, social media use and student-teacher relationship
Learning, Media and Technology, 1, 73-99.
- Matzat, U. & Sadowski, B. (2015). Access to specific social resources
across different social media: divergent consequences of the time spent
with new contacts
Information, Communication, & Society, 18, 1139-1157.
- Matzat, U. & Rooks, G. (2014). Styles of moderation in online health and
support communities: An experimental comparison of their acceptance and
Computers in Human Behavior, 36, 65-75.
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