Libraries + Parents = Innovation and Success
13 Key Takeaways from Pew Internet’s Libraries Research
The Myth and the Reality of the Evolving Patron
The Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) will host Lee Rainie for “The Myth and the Reality of the Evolving Patron: The RUSA President’s Program” on Saturday, June 29 at the 2013 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago.
Teens, Social Media, and Privacy: Reputation management, third party access, & exposure to advertising
Amanda Lenhart briefed the State of Maryland’s Children’s Online Privacy Working Group at the Attorney General’s Office in Baltimore on the findings from the Teens, Social Media and Privacy report.
Promoting and Sustaining Collaborative Networks in Pediatrics
Susannah Fox will participate in a national invitational meeting on “Promoting and Sustaining the Collaborative Network Model in Pediatrics” in Alexandria, VA.
The reinvention of libraries
Lee Rainie, the Director of the Pew Internet Project, will present the Project’s latest findings about the changing role of libraries and patrons’ interest in new services. He will also describe Project research on the way people use mobile device…
Data to Live By: Understanding the Social Media and Technology Landscape
Senior Researcher Mary Madden delivered the keynote address for the Lawlor Symposium’s summer seminar.
The Self-Tracking Data Explosion
Susannah Fox will present data from the first national survey related to self-tracking for health.
Technology use by different income groups
Session focused on identifying and using appropriate technologies to conduct research on low-income populations.
Museums and Digital Communication
Kristen Purcell spoke at the Art Museum Marketing Association (AMMA) meeting at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Friday, May 17th, for an audience of marketing directors from the largest art museums in the U.S.
Tech trends and library services in the digital age
Research analyst Kathryn Zickuhr discussed key findings from the Pew Research Center’s multi-year study of public libraries, as well as larger trends in how Americans use technology.