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.
Social Isolation and New Technology
How the internet and mobile phones impact Americans’ social networks.
Surviving in the new information ecology
Lee discusses the latest findings of the Pew Internet Project and why they suggest that libraries can play a role in people’s social networks in the future.
Onramps to Online Life: How Do People Access Digital Information?
John B. Horrigan will participate on a panel entitled “Scarcity, Diversity, Efficiency: Media Structure Regulation Reconsidered” at the Quello Center’s 2009 Communication Law and Policy Symposium. The title for this year’s symposium is “Rethinking…
How Users Shape the Mobile Ecosystem
John B. Horrigan discusses how users shape the mobile ecosystem by comparing adoption of the mobile net to adoption of the desktop internet of the 1990s and by focusing on the “motivated by mobility” groups from the Project’s The Mobile Difference…
Governing as Social Networking
Lee Rainie discussed the Project’s research about how the internet and cell phones are affecting citizens and how government agencies have new opportunities to plug into citizens’ social networks as they try to solve problems in their lives.
The Internet’s Role in Campaign 2008
A majority of American adults went online in 2008 to keep informed about political developments and to get involved with the election.
The New News Media-scape
This speech pulls together Pew Internet findings and analysis about how people get news and relate to news items in the digital age.