Category: Pew Internet

VALA 2016 – Day One – R. David Lankes, Lee Rainie and so much more

Always take away great thoughts and ideas from VALA – here’s what I got from Day 1.   Librarianship: saving the world one community at a time – Dr R David Lankes Technology advances have made the world a smaller place. Not all is well in the world and librarians have a part to …

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New reports make interesting reading

Have a big week coming up – attending and giving a short showcase at VALA in Melbourne. So before I start blogging that (hopefully live), I thought give my readers some interesting things to read. Pew/Internet regularly produces reports related to online use. One of the latest was conducted with the Graduate School of Library …

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CIL2007 – Web 2.0 And what it means to libraries – Lee Rainie

And here I am live blogging at CIL 2007. We’ll see how it goes. Lee Rainie is the Director of Pew Internet, which has done research on use of the Internet and its various demographics since 2000. Lee confessed that he hadn’t outlined librarians as key stakeholders for Pew data in the beginning and of …

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