UncategorizedNovember 7, 2005

National Trends, Fairfax Insights

National survey data is compared to an online survey of one Virginia county’s public school email list to dig deeper into our understanding of the internet’s impact on education, teens, and local government.

UncategorizedOctober 26, 2005

Speech at Internet Librarians conference

An overview of recent Pew Internet Project findings and some of the subjects the Project is considering in its future research.

UncategorizedOctober 24, 2005

Shifting Worlds: Lee Rainie speech about Pew Internet Project findings and its future research

Rainie discusses some of the latest findings of the Pew Internet Project and the subjects the Project is considering in the future.

UncategorizedAugust 2, 2005

The Internet at School

There has been a 45% increase since 2000 in the number of teenagers who use the internet at school.

UncategorizedJuly 20, 2005

Tech Term Awareness

The average American internet user is not sure what podcasting is, what an RSS feed does, or what the term “phishing” means.

UncategorizedJune 30, 2005

Pew Internet Project Reports Cited in Grokster Supreme Court Documents

Pew Internet Project reports were recently cited in several Supreme Court documents relating to the MGM v. Grokster case.

UncategorizedJune 24, 2005

Anticipating the Supreme Court Grokster ruling

Our surveys shed light on public and elite attitudes about free online file sharing and copyright.

UncategorizedJune 8, 2005

Internet Impact 101

With all of the niche topics we research here at the Pew Internet Project, we often need to take a step back and look at the larger picture of how internet use is changing people’s everyday lives.

UncategorizedMay 3, 2005

An email interview with Lee Rainie

A day in the life at the Pew Internet Project and other revelations.

UncategorizedApril 28, 2005

National Trends, Local Insights

This presentation combines national survey data with a special online survey of K-12 school system webmasters in the Washington, DC, region. Topics include: the internet’s impact on parents, students, K-12 education, and local government.