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Digital Methods Initiative

The Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) is one of Europe’s leading Internet Studies research groups, focused on research into the ‘natively digital’.

New Media researchers of the Digital Methods Initiative design methods and tools for repurposing online devices and platforms (such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Reddit, Google) for research into social and political issues. Such work practice is integrated in the annual Winter and Summer schools, as well as the academic teaching of ‘digital methods’ within the New Media and Digital Culture Programme. DMI researchers, analysts, programmers and designers work on topics such as visual methodologies, app studies, the deep vernacular web, deplatforming, engines of order, web remembering and forgetting, programmed methods, and more.

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