This time Humlab's Ethics Support Group invites to a workshop led by professor Charles Ess where researchers can discuss and receive feedback on research ethics with regards to their own research projects involving data from the Internet.
Sign up is required.
Please write a 1-2 page description of your research project, including research questions, methodology, etc. and then a careful account of what you see as the primary ethical challenges you are concerned about, stuck on, etc. Send your description to email@example.com marked "Umeå research ethics workshop" in the subject line; deadline November 8.
In preparation, please read the AoIR Ethical Guidelines 3.0 for research on and about the Internet. We will make these available to registered workshop participants as early as possible.
Charles Ess, philosopher and a professor in the Media Department at the University of Oslo, will during this Humlab Talk present the third revision of the Association of Internet Researchers’ ethical guidelines. Ess led the Association of Internet Researchers' first Ethics Working Group, leading to a report in 2002, and has continued to be deeply involved in the work, with new guidelines being issued in 2012, and a third revision to be released in the autumn of 2019.