How libraries can serve networked individuals
Lee Rainie discusses the latest research of the Project and previews the themes of his forthcoming book, “Networking: The New Social Operating System.” He also describes how the social world of “networked individuals” is different from previous ge…
Information on the go
This talk, the keynote address at the Arizona State Library’s E-Reader Summit and Technology Showcase, will highlight trends in mobile internet access, e-reader and tablet computer use, and mobile apps.
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 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.
Information fluency and imagining the internet
Information permeates all aspects of our lives and this changes people’s behaviors and expectations.
VALA2010: Connections Content Conversations
Director Lee Rainie was invited to be a keynote speaker at VALA2010 in Melbourne.
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.