How Scientists Engage the Public and Why It Matters
At the AAAS 2015 Annual Meeting, Lee Rainie discussed new findings about how scientists use a variety of methods to bring their work to the general public.
Networked Privacy in the Age of Surveillance, Sousveillance, Coveillance
Lee Rainie presents survey findings about how people navigate privacy in a networked world in their relationship with government, commercial enterprises and each other.
The Next Library and the People Who Will Use It
The latest findings from the Pew Research Center’s library research and the implications of that research for the future of libraries
Knowledge Sharing in the Networked World of the Internet of Things
At KMWorld Confererence, Lee Rainie shares the latest findings from Pew Research about the internet and puts it into organizational context with the expanding Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things and what it means for librarians
Many experts say the rise of embedded and wearable computing will bring the next revolution in digital technology. Lee Rainie shares the latest research from Pew about libraries and puts it into context with the expanding Internet of Things.
Public library engagement in the United States
An overview of three years of research into Americans’ relationships with public libraries in the digital age.
The media zones where people live, and how to connect with them
How people use technology and the different ways they allocate their attention, connect with organizations, and act as citizens
Politics and advocacy in the social media era
Pew Research findings on the state of social media and its impact on grassroots and advocacy
13 Things to Know About Teens and Technology
How digital tools are changing not only how teens communicate, but also how they gather information about the world and present themselves to others.
The internet’s turbulent next decade
Lee Rainie discussed an extensive roster of expert predictions about the internet in the coming decade.