Dr Zoetanya Sujon

Notes from a digital explorer



Facebook’s Privacy Turn: New Protections or New Markets?

Facebook has recently announced a shift in its focus towards “the future as private” which includes a growing emphasis on closed groups and the introduction of encrypted messaging. Continue reading “Facebook’s Privacy Turn: New Protections or New Markets?”

What does it mean to be ‘social’ in a digital age?

As social media and big tech like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple (GAFA) become increasingly dominant, it seems the social is at once all around us and also increasingly elusive. Continue reading “What does it mean to be ‘social’ in a digital age?”

Understanding the Social in a Digital Age

I am delighted to announce that Harry Dyer and I are organizing a conference at University of East Anglia next January:

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How to create a future-facing education: Developing our new MA in Media & Digital Communications

One of my greatest joys recently has been working with our team at Regent’s University London to develop and create our new MA in Media and Digital Communications.

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Thinking through “emerging media practice”

Recently, I was asked to give a short presentation on what “emerging media practice” means to me and how this concept informs Continue reading “Thinking through “emerging media practice””

Transforming Digital Student Experience in HE

Over the summer, I attended the ‘Transforming the Digital Student Experience in HE‘, organized by ModernGov, which promised to provide:

“the necessary tools to advance the student experience, through examining new modes of digital learning and using technology to improve student  engagement.”

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Connected Life at Oxford Internet Institute

On Monday June 19th, my colleagues and I made our way to Oxford Internet Institute (OII) for their annual conference on Connected Life: Digital Inequalities 2017. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines, the conference covered a wide range of topics from many perspectives. Continue reading “Connected Life at Oxford Internet Institute”

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