#WebSci18 – Join us live for the ACM Turing Lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Watch Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, talk about our digital future. The live lecture is made open to the public by VU and Elsevier

WebSci ACM Turing Lecture
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The #WebSci18 conference brings together researchers from multiple disciplines, like computer science, sociology, economics, information science, anthropology and psychology.

UPDATE: Live broadcasting

The live broadcast has now ended and we will shortly include a link to a recording of the Turing Award lecture (already described as a ‘thoroughly enjoyable and amazing talk’).

In the meantime, we hope you may enjoy a selection of Elsevier published scholarly articles related to the evolution of the World Wide Web.

The ACM Turing Lecture by Tim Berners-Lee at WebSci'18 in Amsterdam.


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Angelina Ward

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Angelina Ward

Angelina Ward leads Digital Communication & Audience Engagement at Elsevier, which includes social media, video, content and Web. She developed and executed the company’s first corporate social media strategy and helped launch the flagship online community: Elsevier Connect. Previously, she worked for Elsevier's publishing business in technical, new media and information security fields, then as Director of Social Media and Content for LexisNexis Risk Solutions. During this time, she became skilled in developing engaging communities with industry professionals through social media. Angelina is currently working on a scientific study on social media dissemination, regularly speaks at industry conferences and has been recognized as one of the Top 50 Women in Technology on Twitter who truly “gets” social media and social business.

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