How protestors use social media to communicate their messages and how they attempt to engage the public, politicians and fellow protestors.
Aggregating the Student Voice is a project in digital profiling for students of art, design and media at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Arts.
Higher Education Academy/JISC funded project to develop Open Educational Resources.
Man Booker and the University of Brighton bring free award-nominated fiction to all first years every year along with a meet the author event.
A partnership network comprising our students & marginalised communities, practitioners, NGOs and civil society & government representatives in Kenya
Unlocking latent opportunities that exist within big and complex data sets generated by industrial digital film production.
Seminars focussing on impact of digital technology on three key areas: connectivity, creativity and rights.
Study focussing on how young adults and older people use online technologies and their possible relevance to their everyday lives and interests.
E-ARK European Archival Records and Knowledge Preservation: a multinational big data investigation into methods and technologies of digital archiving.
Project to support and enhance the connections between artists and creative practitioners in Brighton and the digital, media and technology cluster.
Developing research on a new start-up support programme for innovators at Wired Sussex.
A Leverhulme Trust funded artist in residence project bringing together Dr Julie Doyle and artist David Harradine.
How the combination of ICT and community transport solutions could improve the lives of socially isolated groups and individuals.
Research Centre for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender issues at the University of Brighton.
Artists, researchers and developers create an extensible and mobile experience that connects to public spaces as a dynamic locative experience.
Bringing digital storytelling to community groups and elderly people. A partnership across six countries.
Understanding how commuters and communities engage with electrically-assisted cycling.
The exploitation of sound as one of the principal channels conveying information, meaning, and aesthetic/emotional qualities in interactive contexts.
Student-run design studioStudio245 at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities