The Stupid Cancer Show
Susannah Fox discusses Pew Internet’s health research, including a special survey of people living with cancer.
How to survive in the new media ecology
Trends in the use of digital technology and what they mean to museums.
Online participation in the social media era
Research Specialist Aaron Smith discusses online participation and social media at the 2009 Symposium on Racing and Gaming in Tucson.
How technology has affected the way “digital natives” search for, gather and act on information.
The New Information Ecology
Recent trends in Internet and mobile use and how information seekers come in different shapes and sizes.
Teen Content Creators
Slides about teen content creators, shown at The Power of Youth Voice: What Kids Learn When They Create With Digital Media.
Back to the Future
Social media is proliferating, inside and outside the classroom. What have we learned and what is on the horizon?
The new news audience
How news consumers (and now news participators) have changed in the digital age
Preventing Stroke and Heart Disease: New and Emerging Opportunities and Innovations
Susannah Fox will discuss how adults living with chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and heart disease are – or are not – using the internet.
Informatics for Consumer Health: Privacy, Security and Confidentiality
As part of a panel on privacy, security, and confidentiality, Susannah Fox discussed the “shadow economy” of health data that has sprung up, with all the dangers and opportunities of an unregulated market.