My Digital Library: Leveraging Today’s Mobile and Participatory Information Ecosystem
In this international course, Kristen will share data on the growing mobile landscape both globally and in the US, highlight key aspects of today’s changing information ecology, and explore with librarians how they can leverage these two trends in…
How Media Consumption Has Changed Since 2000
Consumption of news, information and entertainment has radically changed, and not just online. In this talk, Director Lee Rainie presents the latest data and trends.
Jersey Arts Marketers Media Roundtable
Kristen Purcell presents Pew Internet’s latest findings about the participatory news consumer to media professionals representing nonprofit arts organizations from across the state of New Jersey.
How libraries can survive in the new media ecosystem
Lee Rainie spoke to librarians in Barcelona (May 19, 2010) and Madrid (May 21, 2010) about how libraries can survive in the new media ecosystem. Includes speech text and slides.
The Rise of Networked Individuals: The Millennial Tide
Lee Rainie discusses social, economic, and political trends especially among the younger generation that have given rise to a new and emerging class of networked citizens.
The Rise of Networked Individuals (Webcast)
Lee Rainie will discuss the latest research findings on people’s use of social media and how technology has affected some of the ways people learn, make decisions, and offer social supports to others.
Networked Individuals: How they are reshaping social life and learning environments
Lee Rainie, Director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, discusses how technology is helping “networked individuals” reshape their relationship to media, to information, and to each other.
Connected Organizations: The Migration to Serving Multi-audiences through Multi-ways using Multi-strategies
How the internet and cell phones have changed the way that people relate to organizations and participate in communities.
The Economics of Online News
Excerpts from material contributed by the Pew Internet Project to the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism “State of the News Media” report.