William H. Dutton, Prof. Ph.D
Professor William H. Dutton is Quello Professor for Media and Information Policy at the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University where he also serves as director of the Quello Center. He is also the director and principal investigator of the Oxford e-Social Science Project (OeSS), a node within the UK’s National Centre for e-Social Science, and principal investigator of the Oxford Internet Surveys (OxIS), a key resource on the use and impact of the internet in Britain, that is linked to the World Internet Project. Before that he was Professor of Internet Studies at the University of Oxford and fellow at the Balliol College. He was the director of the Oxford Internet Institute OII from 2002-2011. Before coming to Oxford in 2002, he was a Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. His research interests are in the field of digital divides, digital choice, network society, politics and the internet, and collaborative network organisations.
Member of the Scientific Advisory Council