- Research Nodes
- Demonstrator Projects
- Sustainability Projects
- Community Funded Projects
- Research Networks and Partnerships
- Tools and Downloads
What is Digital Social Research
New Data. ‘Born-digital’ data sources including social transactional data. Ease of access to secure data.
New Methods. Taking advantage of new data and infrastructure, collaboration, and new forms of interpretative research.
New Capability. Increased capability in tools, resources and services and the emerging
New Studies. Study of e‑Science, understanding innovation pathways and assessment of impact.
New Practice. Increasing scale and diversity of information and range of collaborative tools, evolving publishing models.
New Scale. Increasing internationalisation and interdisciplinary working.
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