UncategorizedOctober 27, 2004

Broadband Adoption in Rural America

This slide show presents trends from 2002 to 2004 in adoption of high-speed internet connections at home among Americans living in rural parts of the country.

UncategorizedSeptember 27, 2004

Today’s E-Patients: Hunters and Gatherers of Health Information Online

This speech describes the different ways Internet users find health information online, whether they count on crude tools like search engines or become sophisticated “farmers” of health information, using trusted bookmarks and sharing what they fi…

UncategorizedJuly 19, 2004

Older Americans and the Internet: Adapting Government Websites for an Older Audience

This presentation provides new demographic data, not contained in recent reports, that is broken out by age groups. It also contains specific tips for government Web site managers who want to design senior-friendly sites.

UncategorizedJune 18, 2004

Teens, Students, Parents and Internet Technology: The Findings of Pew Internet Project

The presentation outlines three main groups, roughly aligned with the constituencies of a college or university website–teens/prospective students, current students and parents–and discusses the online nature, behaviors and beliefs of these groups.

UncategorizedMay 11, 2004

Trends in Internet Adoption and Use: Comparing Minority Groups

The presentation provides data on Internet usage for African American and Hispanic individuals.

UncategorizedMay 3, 2004

Harnessing E-Government: A Primer on Citizen Habits

The major portals of Web traffic played a late, mild, yet remarkably sophisticated role in the proceedings. Some 22% of Internet users searched the Internet for campaign news during the 2002 mid-term election, but they were somewhat less successfu…

UncategorizedFebruary 5, 2004

Internet Use and Newsgathering During the Election Season

This presentation summarizes data from the report: “Cable and Internet Loom Large in Fragmented Political News Universe” and was done in conjunction with the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.