Den 18 mars 2014 arrangerar vi i det VR-finansierade projektet Kunskap i en digital värld: tillit, trovärdighet och relevans på nätet ett symposium om Googles position i dagens sökkultur. Alla är välkomna, se nedan:
Is Google enough? A discussion on what is beyond, behind and after ‘don’t be evil’
At the Department of Philosophy in the Kungshuset building, University of Lund
Starting from a critical discussion on Google and existing and imagined alternatives, the symposium aims at addressing questions surrounding Google’s position in today´s culture of search:
Why does Google dominate the search landscape? Who cares and should we care? Does Google shape how we see the world? Which relevant aspects and alternatives are part of today’s search engine landscape? What is the role of the semantic web? Where is open data’s place in all that? What does it all mean for how we access, use and produce information?
Critical, technically informed, theoretically grounded, accessible and hopefully thought provoking – All welcome!
Keynote by Professor Dirk Lewandowski – Alternatives to Google
Dirk Lewandowski is Professor of Information Research and Information Retrieval at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He has previously worked as consultant and lecturer at Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany. His current projects investigate user behaviours when searching the web, search and society, and ranking library materials.
Panel discussion :
Dirk Lewandowski – Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Current project – Alternatives to Google
Jutta Haider – Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University
Current Project – Green Search (Knowledge in a Digital World)
Pelle Snickars – Department of Culture and Media Studies, Umeå University
Current Project – Streaming Heritage: Following Files In Digital Music Distribution
Chair: Sara Kjellberg – Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University
15.15 – 15.20 Introduction by Olof Sundin, Professor in Information Studies
15.20 – 16.10 Keynote Lecture by Professor Dirk Lewandowski
16.10 – 16.30 Coffee break
16.30 – 18.00 Panel discussion
18.00 – … Reception
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