Seth Lewis

University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication

sclewis@uoregon.edu

Big Data and journalism: a call for papers

Big Data, in the broadest sense, has become a rich site of research interest across the scholarly disciplines. I’m happy to share with the Culture Digitally community this call for papers for a special issue of Digital Journalism that I’m editing around the subject of Big Data and journalism. Questions? Drop them in the comments […]

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Maker culture, open source, and journalism: Intersections for analyzing news innovation

I’m cross-posting this from Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab, where I’m affiliated and for which I blog on occasion. This piece reflects some emerging threads from research that I’ve been conducting — in collaboration with Nikki Usher (a professor at GWU) — on the nature of journalism’s growing connection to hacker culture, open-source software, DIY making, […]

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