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This page links to videos of Department lectures and seminars. The videos will play in an embedded player within your browser.

Please note, we will be updated the video links on this page over the coming weeks.

 

  • Niels Åkerstrøm Andersen
    Partnership as second order contracts 
        
  • Panagiota Alevizou
    Open to interpretation? Participatory discourses, productive practices and learner engagement in Open Educational Resources
      
  • Sinan Aral
    Network Structure and Information Advantage: The Diversity–Bandwidth Tradeoff
      
  • Chrisanthi Avgerou
    Information Systems Innovation in Organizations: Thinking Like a Social Scientist
    What is context in IS research, why does it matter, and how do we study it?
      
  • Ken Banks
    Mobile technology, grassroots NGOs and the entrepreneur: The picture from Africa
      
  • Michael Barrett
    Boundary Object Use in Cross-Cultural Software Development Teams
      
  • Subhash Bhatnagar
    Impact Assessment Study of e-Governance Projects in 12 States in India
      
  • Dick Boland
    Ecology of Distributed Mediated Practice
    A Dialectical View of Collective Mindfulness: Creating Radical Architecture with Information Technology
      
  • Albert Borgmann
    Information Growth and the Texture of Reality (SSIT8)
      
  • Tony Bryant
    The Future of Information Systems - Thinking Informatically
      
  • Ricky Burdett
    Social Aspects of Urban Form
      
  • Gian Marco Campagnolo
    Ethnomethodology of Information Infrastructures
      
  • Peter Checkland
    Researching Real Life: reflections on 30 years of Action Research
      
  • Giorgos Cheliotis
    The Organization and Politics of Massively Scalable Purposive Action
      
  • Elayne Coakes
    Some Social, Organisational and Technology Reflections: learning from a global knowledge management survey
      
  • 5th Communia Workshop
    Accessing, Using, Reusing Public Sector Content and Data
      
  • Mike Cushman
    Exclusion, Inclusion and Changing the Face of Information Systems Research
    Enabling or Throttling Innovation: Trust, Risk and Control in Third Sector/State relations
      
  • Barbara Czarniawska
    The Non-Identical Twins: Actor-Network Theory and Translation in Organization Studies
      
  • Bo Dahlbom
    From Systems to Services
      
  • Dionisis Demetis
    A brief review of Systems Theory and an introduction to Niklas Luhmann: Systems, observers & paradoxes
      
  • Paul Dourish
    The Commodification of Location: Privacy, Power, and Location-Based Systems
      
  • Yrjö Engeström
    Theorizing Transformations in Practice: an activity-theoretical perspective
      
  • Elena Esposito
    Probability and Fiction in Society and in Economics
      
  • Hamid R. Ekbia
    Digital Discipline: The Active Complicity of the Modern Subject
      
  • Farewell ADMIS: Welcome MISI
      
  • Brian Fitzgerald
    Open Source Software in the Trenches: lessons from a large-scale implementation
      
  • Luciano Floridi
    Grasping Semantic Information
      
  • Leopoldina Fortunati
    Discussing the Meaning of the Mobile Phone
      
  • Yiannis Gabriel
    Cultures of Information and Cultures of Storytelling
      
  • John Gantz
    The Expanding Information Universe (SSIT8)
      
  • Lesley Gardner
    CSL: An enterprise-wide learning management system: E-learning and development - New Zealand style
      
  • George Gaskell
    Trust and Technology Development
      
  • Ole Hanseth
    Technological Architectures, Infrastructural innovations and industrialisation of media: The case of mobile internet
      
  • Linda Hickman
    Strategic Innovation --Leadership Challenges: the effects of Web 2.0 and innovation in business models
      
  • Julian Huppert MP and Panel
    Data Liberty in the 21st Century - A Dialogue on Fair Policies: Freedom Bill, Digital Economy Act, Web Blocking and Phone Hacking
      
  • Richard Hull
    The Emergence of 'Knowledge' as a Unit of Analysis in the Social Sciences (Knowledge, Economy and Society seminar)
      
  • Lucas Introna
    Phenomenology, Technology and Ethics: Thinking about the Morality of our Machines
    The Doing of Things: Reconsidering the Question of Technical Agency
    Of Technicity: Some reflections on sociomaterial becoming and performativity
      
  • Matthew Jones
    The Trouble with Information Systems
      
  • Jannis Kallinikos
    Information Growth Dynamics: Patterns and Implications
    Living in Ephemeria: On the Short-lived and Disposable Character of Information (SSIT8)
      
  • Jannis Kallinikos and Carsten Sorenson
    Good Sociologists and Innovative Technologists or Real Amateurs: what does IS have to offer?
      
  • Antonis Kaniadakis
    ICT in the Banking Industry: The Emergence of the Agora of Techno-Organisational Change
      
  • Ela Klecun
    Discourses of ICT and Organizational Transformation: Towards a Patient-Centred Model of Healthcare
      
  • Rajiv Kohli
    Risk Perceptions, Risk Behaviour and IT Investments: Evidence from the healthcare organizations
      
  • Mary Lacity
    - Outsourcing Research: Theory, Practice and The Emerging Landscape
      
  • Roberta Lamb
    ICTs and Collaborative R&D
      
  • Eleni Lamprou
    Rethinking Technological Change in Organizations: The Deleuzian 'Spatium' and its 'Becoming'
      
  • Frank Land
    The Use of History in IS Research: An Opportunity Missed?
      
  • Giovan Francesco Lanzara and Aaltonen
    Governing the Virtual Commons? Questions around and from Wikipedia
      
  • Allen Lee
    A Scientific Basis for Rigor and Relevance in Information-Systems Research
    A Schema for Relating and Combining Quantitative, Qualitative, Positivist, and Interpretive Research Methods in the Discipline of Information Systems
    - Going Back to Basics in Design: From the IT Artifact to the IS Artifact
      
  • Hans Lehmann
    Grounded Theory and Information Systems: Are We Missing the Point?
      
  • Paul Leonardi
    Experts at Being Seen as Experts: Knowledge Management Technology as a Stage for Strategic Self-Presentation
      
  • David Lewis
    Tripartite UK Information Technology and Development Workshop
      
  • Jonathan Liebenau
    The New Economics of ICT: Implications of Post-neoclassical Economics for the Information & Communications Technology Sectors
      
  • Juho Lindman
    Open Source and Open Data in Information Systems
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  • Sonia Livingstone
    Youthful Practices on Social Networking Sites: Balancing Questions of Design and Literacy
      
  • Thomas Luckmann
    On the Communicative Construction of Reality
      
  • David Lyon
    Surveillance after 9/11: a view from Japan
    National ID Cards in a Globalised World: Surveillance, security and citizenship
      
  • Kalle Lyytinen
    New State of Play in IS Research: The Push to the Edges
      
  • Michael Mainelli
    Transparency, Measurement & ICT – Cause of, or Cure for, the Next Financial Crisis?
      
  • Lev Manovich
    Info-Aesthetics: Information and Form
    How to Track Global Digital Culture (SSIT8)
      
  • Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
    Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age
      
  • Peter Miller
    Mediating Instruments and Making Markets
      
  • John Mingers
    Realising Research: Critical Realism as an Underpinning Philosophy for IS and Management Research
      
  • Dermot Moran
    Keynote address to Phenomenology, Information Technology and Management: an international workshop
      
  • Andrew Murray
    Cyber-regulation and Information Technology Law
      
  • Lynne Nikolychuk and Pamela Abbott
    Examining the potential for non-traditional applications of SNA: a case study in the UK independent television and film production sectors
      
  • Kristen Nygaard
    Informatics (Computer Science and System Development): from procedures to systems to processes
      
  • Wanda Orlikowski
    Sociomateriality: A Practice Lens on Technology at Work
      
  • Nikki Panourgias
    Objects and collaboration in the design and development of computer games
      
  • Charles Perrow
    Disasters Evermore? Reducing US Vulnerabilities to Natural, Industrial, and Terrorist Disasters
      
  • Mark Poster
    Global Culture and the media
      
  • Marlei Pozzebon
    Every move you make, every claim you stake …A “practice-turn” and IS research
      
  • Danny Quah
    Digital Goods and the New Economy
      
  • Ram Ramakumar
    Intrusion plus Retreat: Questions on the Unique ID Project in India
      
  • Nikolas Rose
    Governing at a Distance: some modest thoughts on information technology, democracy and security
      
  • Tribute to Jonathan Rosenhead @ 70
    Videos of Bennett, Vidal, Gass, White, Lang and Jackson
      
  • Jochen Runde and Philip Faulkner
    From turntables to bitstrings: technology, the material and the non-material in organisational life 
      
  • Angela Sasse
    The True Cost of Unusable Security
      
  • Doug Schuler
    Civic Intelligence: An Under Developed Resource
      
  • Peter Seddon
    How to write a paper that is publishable in a US journal
      
  • Neil Selwyn
    Faceworking: Exploring Students’ Educational Use of Facebook
      
  • Maha Shaikh and Prodromos Tsiavos
    Open Data and Open Source in the Public Sector: Tales from Greece and the UK
      
  • Sociomateriality workshop - Developing Theoretical Innovation: A Workshop on the Issues Surrounding Sociomateriality
    Videos of Suchman and Wajcman and panels
        
  • Carsten Sorensen, Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood & Ben Eaton
    Mobile Information Technology at Work Creativity, Collaboration and Control
      
  • SSIT2: ICTs and Globalisation
    Videos of Ciborra, Sassen, Barrett, Walsham, Mansell, Giddens, Star, Slater and Roode
      
  • SSIT8
    Panel on Information, Memory and Culture
    Panel on the Organizational Consequences of Information Growth
      
  • SSIT9: Innovating with Information and Communication Technologies
    Videos of Dunleavy, Elton, Sorenson, Willcocks, Yoo, VanLente and panels
      
  • SSIT10: Global Sourcing of Business and IT Services: Trends, Issues and Prospects
    Videos of Willcocks, Hindle, Oshri, Craig, Venters, Whitley and panels
      
  • SSIT11: Information Systems and the Financial Crisis: Is technology to blame?
    Videos of Markus, Esposito, Clavé, Beck, Kauffman and panel
        
  • Lucy Suchman
    Undoing Innovation: respecifying the ‘new’
        
  • Haridimos Tsoukas
    Do we really understand tacit knowledge? (Knowledge, Economy and Society seminar)
        
  • Cathy Urquhart
    Grounded Theory: a tutorial
        
  • Gianluigi Viscusi
    Principles, Policies and Juridical Issues in E-Government Project Planning: A Methodological Framework
       
  • Basie von Solms
    Information Security Governance
        
  • Robert Wade
    Tripartite UK Information Technology and Development Workshop
        
  • Geoff Walsham
    Implementing Public Information Systems in Developing Countries: Learning from a Success Story
        
  • Kitty Warnock
    Tripartite UK Information Technology and Development Workshop
        
  • Leslie Willcocks
    Global Sourcing of IT and Business Services: 15 years of learning  
      
  • Outsourcing Services in the UK Public Sector - the Way Forward?
        
  • Leslie Willcocks (Chair), Chrisanthi Avgerou, Richard Baskerville, Eleni Lamprou
    The Current State of the Information Systems Field
        
  • Robin Williams & Neil Pollock
    The Biography of the Enterprise-Wide System: Or How SAP Conquered the World
        
  • David W. Wilson
    Exploring the Dynamism of Stakeholder Salience in Mega-IT Projects: some evidence from NHS middle managers
        
  • Shoshana Zuboff
    The Support Economy: re-inventing capitalism?

  

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