Dr. Shtern is invited to present lab research as part of a special UNESCO-organized panel on global internet indicators at IAMCR in Cartagena from July 16-20, 2017. Lab member Steph Hill will also be at IAMCR presenting her paper called: “From Political Action to Earned Media: Representation, Corporate Speech, and the North Carolina Bathroom Law”.
Lab Panel @ 2017 Canadian Communications Association (CCA)
On June 2, 2017, the lab presented a series of papers in a panel called “Sponsored Authenticity – The Work of Social Media Content Creation in the Influence Economy”. Papers included: Governing Influence: An Eye-tracking Audit Of Instagram’s Sponsorship GuidelinesJeremy Shtern; Kieron Branche Content Creation And Ubiquitous Commerce: Influencers, Sponsorship, And The Content Pipeline Stephanie […]
International Communication Association (ICA) Roundtable
Dr. Shtern presents results from the lab in a roundtable called, “Studying Communitainment: Mapping a Research Agenda for the Social Media Entertainment Industry.” on May 27, 2017.
2016 Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR)
On October 6, 2016, lab members Dr. Shtern and Ryan Payne presented a co-authored paper on eye-tracking research.
Dr. Shtern Guest Lecture: QUT Digital Media Research Centre
Last August 2, 2016, Dr. Shtern visited Queensland University of Technology to deliver the guest lecture, “Better than Random: The Chance for Democratic Governance of The Advertising Supported Internet.” Discussed on Hyerconnected Law.
Dr. Shtern Guest Lecture: University of Sydney
The interactor commodity: the politics of social media advertising and following the money in multi-stakeholder internet governance Associate Professor Jeremy Shtern (Ryerson) presents and reflects on results of a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) funded study of the relationships between internet users, social media firms and the advertising industry. He will […]
Social Media Workshop: Toronto Youth Cabinet Summit
This March, Dr. Shtern will be conducting a social media workshop for the Toronto Youth Cabinet Summit, to be held at City Hall. This event will be conducted with fellow assistant professor Dr. Miranda Cambpell. Further details will be announced shortly.
Dr. Shtern Guest Lecture: University of Amsterdam
Dr. Jeremy Shtern will give the second lecture in the DATACTIVE Speakers’ Series at University of Amsterdam. Jeremy will share with us the result of his project investigating the relationships between internet users, social media firms and the advertising industry. The DATACTIVE Speakers’ Series is hosted by the DATACTIVE project (https://data-activism.net), and organised by Frederike Kaltheuner and Becky Kazansky. The […]
Dr. Shtern attended the ten year review of the UN World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) at the UN campus in New York. (Dec 15-16, 2015).