Description

The Technology, Internet, and Policy Specialist Group (TIP) is a group of academics, practitioners, campaigners, journalists, and others with an interest in technology and the internet. The group seeks to promote academic engagement in policy debates and discourse which may impact policy, in particular by facilitating the exchange of ideas between academia and practitioners from various fields. You can learn more about our aims and agenda from our introductory launch blog.

 

 

How to join TIP

To stay updated with our newsletters, online events, conferences, and more you can follow this link to join the group through the PSA's website. Click here to join the group

You might also want to follow us on Twitter, you can find us @psa_TIP

Contact Us

Group Contact Details

Email: tip@psa.ac.uk

Committee

Kate Dommett

Role: Convenor
Institution:Sheffield University
Email:
k.dommett@sheffield.ac.uk
Twitter: @
KateDommett

Liam McLoughlin

Role: Co-Convenor
Institution: University of Liverpool
Email: liam.mcloughlin@liverpool.ac.uk
Twitter: @Leelum

Giulia Sandri 

Role: Policy Officer
Institution: Université Catholique de Lille
Email: giulia.sandri@univ-catholille.fr
Twitter@SandriGiulia

Declan McDowell-Naylor

Role: Co-Convenor
Institution:
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Twitter:
@Declan_JMN

Amber McIntyre

Role: Civil Society Officer
Institution: Tactical Tech
Twitter: 
@Sliktor

Sarah Ledoux

Role: Communications Officer
Institution: University of Manchester
Twitter:
@SarahLedx

Ashley Cresswell

Role: Blog Editor
Institution: University of Manchester

 

 

 

 

 

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Downloads

Version 1.01, July 2023. This is the Constitution document as voted by the 2023 AGM. This document outlines how the group is organised and ran.
This planning document was designed to accompany the blog post on the Political Studies Association website and is designed based on lessons from the ‘New Media, Old Media’ workshop, Friends House, London. 19th January 2023. It is designed to get academics thinking strategically for how, when, and where, they can engage in the policy process.