One of the primary functions of the Techno-Anthropology Lab is to facilitate collaborations between students, researchers and stakeholders outside the university. Are you joining us?
Students are encouraged to pass by the open lab on Tuesday afternoons in term time and to engage with our late night data sessions once a month. You can also follow our digital methods elective on the bachelor in techno-anthropology, the mapping controversies course on the masters programme, or simply get in touch with us with ideas for your project.
Students on the M.Sc. in Techno-Anthropology explore citation networks on Wikipedia as part of the 2015 course in controversy mapping.
If you represent an organization, a company, or a public agency, we are always looking for partnerships for our students and researchers.