README – a conference about reading

README – a conference about reading. Why do people not only become less inclined to read books, but also more unable to understand what they actually read! The Swedish Libraries show a negative trend with fewer and fewer visitors. People in general seem to read fewer books! Do t
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The Digital society – a social challenge

The development of todays society introduces a lot of challenges when more and more of the daily life and the society in general are digitalised. For instance how to avoid excluding people, how to retain the personal integrity, how to guarantee personal safety, etc. Stefan Larsson and
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TEDxLandskrona at LUii

LUii is happy to be hosting the TEDxLandskrona on 18 March, 2014. The event is arranged by Haseeb Tariq, and means a live “simulcast” from Vancouver to acknowledge the 30th anniversary of TED as well as having two local speakers: Joakim Lundblad, senior policy analyst at t
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Summer course in digital leadership

Calle Rosengren, who is a close affiliate to LUii through his work in the sister organization Arbetsmiljöhögskolan and with the Cybernorms research group, is responsible for a summer course on leadership and work in a digital context. The course is in line with findings stemming from
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Research Bay 2014 closed

As posted by Marcin de Kaminski on the Cybernorms site, the survey that has been up for three days, shared via the frontage of The Pirate Bay, is now closed. This was the third time it has been performed, read more here, and this time more respondents than ever participated, setting a
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The Research Bay 3

The Cybernorms research group and the Lund University Internet Institute (LUii) is currently doing a survey on file-sharing in collaboration with The Pirate Bay, the bitTorrent site. The survey runs from 25 to 27 February. The survey has been done twice before, and has been the larges
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Reviewing the research on digital consumption

Today the Swedish Enforcement Authority, a.k.a. Kronofogden, announced its further collaboration with Lund University and the Lund University Economic Security Institute (EconSec), which is a sister department to LUii. This time it is about a one-year review of research on consumption
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Fika utan gränser in the news

We have earlier reported about an inspiring initiative from our participants in the Social Innovation in a Digital Context program called “Fika utan gränser” or “Fika without borders“. The new issue of The Lund University Magazine LUM dedicates the opening thre
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Fika Without Borders

Fika Without Borders (fikautangranser.org) are a group of multinational people that believe that the coffee table can bring together people from all over the world. Fika (pronounced “fee-ka”) is a social institution in Sweden; it means
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