We are delighted to announce that the twelfth Oxford Internet Institute (OII) Summer Doctoral Programme (SDP) will be held at the OII from 7-18 July 2014.
The aim of the program is to bring together up to 30 advanced doctoral students engaged in dissertation research relating to the Internet and other ICTs. By sharing their work and learning from leading academics in the field, students can enhance the quality and significance of their thesis research and create a peer network of excellent young researchers. There will also be an opportunity to connect with alumni from previous years, ensuring that the benefits of the OII SDP network are passed on to this year’s cohort.
The 2014 Summer Doctoral Programme will build upon the research strengths of the OII, involving many of our Fellows from across multiple disciplines as well as bringing in guest speakers from a variety of institutions. It will emphasize methodological innovation and good practice in research design, and will expose students to the benefits of discussing their research in a multi-disciplinary teaching environment. The overall aims are to help improve students’ dissertations and to develop a cohesive peer network for future collaboration and support.
For further information on this year’s SDP, including application instructions, please see our website.
Here you can find more general info, the SDP blog and a great video by the 2013 crowd.
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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