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Q&A with our PhD students: what next for Web Science?

Join a discussion about ‘What next for Web Science?’ with some of our Web Science PhD students. On the afternoon of the 15th November (GMT) we will be filming a Q&A session with them.

Our current students have degrees in many different disciplines: Law, Computer Science, Sociology, Psychology, Education, Graphic Design, Archaeology, Management, Politics, International Relations, Economics, Geography, Natural Sciences, Physics, Marketing, Criminology, Theology, English, Film and Languages, Mathematics, to name a few.

Here’s the link to the video on our YouTube channel. We covered most of the questions, albeit briefly, but do feel free to continue the discussions below.

If you have any questions for the team, please either add these into the comments on this step or use the course hashtag #FLwebsci on Twitter. Please use the ‘Like’ buttons as we will be looking to answer the most popular questions.

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Web Science: How the Web Is Changing the World

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