Veteran Internet Use and Engagement With Health Information Online
New analysis compares veterans of the U.S. military with non-veterans, revealing differences in internet access and interest in certain health topics.
The new landscape for civics and politics (especially in mobile)
Lee Rainie gave a keynote address about the new civic and political landscape to a summit sponsored by the Pew Voter Information Project for state election officials and technology executives who help them.
Social Media and Civic Life
Director Lee Rainie presented findings from Pew Internet about the role of the internet, cell phones, and social media on civic life.
How Social Networking Can Reinvigorate American Democracy and Civic Participation (with video & transcript)
A discussion forum focused on using social networking and digital tools to reinvigorate democracy and extend electronic engagement from campaigns and grassroots-activism to governance.
Emerging Trends in E-Government
Senior Research Specialist Aaron Smith will discuss “Emerging Trends in E-Government” on a panel at the Digital Citizen Satisfaction Summit in Washington, DC.
Government Online: The 3 “P’s” of Success | GovDelivery
Senior research specilist Aaron Smith spoke about the latest Pew Internet research about public attitudes toward engaging with the government online. (Updated with slides)
Trends in Online Government
Senior Research Specialist Aaron Smith discussed the Pew Internet Project’s findings related to e-government at Digital Government Institute’s annual conference.
Examining Public Health Driven Social Media
Susannah Fox will serve on a panel examining social media best practices in public health and social marketing.
Socially Diverse: Engaging and Mobilizing Communities of Color with Social Media
Aaron Smith will speak at CAPAF’s Internet Advocacy Roundtable to discuss how to best use social media to engage and mobilize diverse constituencies.
One in five Americans use digital tools to communicate with neighbors and monitor community developments.