Kristen Purcell's keynote address at the Museums and the Web annual conference, held April 6-10 in Philadelphia, PA.
Kristen Purcell will be speaking at the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) ALA pre-conference in Washington DC, as part of a panel entitled “Promoting Teen Reading with Web 2.0 Tools.”
Lee Rainie, Director of the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, discusses how technology is helping "networked individuals" reshape their relationship to media, to information, and to each other.
How technology has affected the way “digital natives” search for, gather and act on information.
Our recent study found there is a reciprocal relationship between different forms of media as electronic conventions seep, spring and even surge onto the printed page. The que...
Today, Amanda Lenhart and Richard Sterling, the chair of the National Commission on Writing's Board, were guests on the Tech Tuesday edition of the Kojo Nnamdi Show...
The New Media Ecology of Students: How the marketplace of ideas and learning is different for ‘digital natives’
This presentation covers the technology world of teenagers and college students and discusses six realities of the lives of "digital natives" that are especially important for their institutions and their teachers to know.
National survey data is compared to an online survey of one Virginia county's public school email list to dig deeper into our understanding of the internet's impact on education, teens, and local government.
There is interesting, new research about college faculty use of the internet and their judgment about its impact on their students.
There has been a 45% increase since 2000 in the number of teenagers who use the internet at school.