How to survive in the new media ecology
Trends in the use of digital technology and what they mean to museums.
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.
The New Library User and how to Serve Her (and Him)
A look at the new needs and experiences of information seekers and media makers
The Magic of Social Networks
Libraries can play a role in people’s social networks in the future.
State of the Internet 2009: Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries
As the internet population has matured over time, binary distinctions between those who are online and offline have given way to a more robust understanding of the assets, actions and attitudes that affect user experience.
Knowledge Workers and the Internet (Podcast)
Lee Rainie did a podcast with Inmagic about the latest research of the Pew Internet Project.
Podcast: Is the Internet a Great Tool of Democracy?
Director Lee Rainie spoke with Library Beat about the social impact of the Internet, recent research, and reasons why librarians will survive in the new media ecosystem.
Friending Libraries: Why libraries can become nodes in people’s social networks
Lee Rainie discussed Pew Internet’s latest tech-user findings and why they suggest that libraries can play a role in people’s social networks in the future.
Libraries and the new information ecosystem
The world that libraries and other organizations face can be seen as a new information ecosystem to which they can adapt.
How libraries can survive in the new media ecosystem
This speech pulls together Pew Internet Project data about how people’s use of the internet and cell phones has fundamentally changed the “information ecosystem” in 10 ways.