Archive: Internet

Carl Miller: Twitcidents contain vital information about how people are reacting.

This Is Your Brain Online: The challenge of the twitcident

Whether you're a train company, a supermarket, a government or a political Party, twitcidents matter

Opinion Former Articles

  • NASUWT supports internet day 2014

    Commenting on Safer Internet Day 2014, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, said:

  • ESRC: Internet becoming ‘mainstream’ in political campaigning

    The internet is challenging the dominance of traditional media as a campaign tool, despite the public’s renewed attachment to TV through the 2010 general election leaders’ debates.

  • IET: Superfast broadband must be available to all

    As well as financing the rollout of superfast broadband, the government must provide universal access for all people in the UK, warns Europe’s largest engineering and technology organisation.

  • ESRC: Unique software supports behavioural intervention programmes

    The internet offers users a cost-effective way of accessing information and advice on any health problem, 24-hours a day. A group of social scientists has taken advantage of this by developing software which enables other researchers to easily create interactive internet-based intervention programmes to support behavioural change. The software, known as LifeGuide, is being used in intervention programmes, for example to quit smoking or manage weight loss.

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