Posts tagged communities
I jumped off a cliff last month and did something way outside my comfort zone: I gave an ignite talk (5 mins, 20 slides designed ahead of time, and auto-advanced every 15 seconds) at the Digital Media and Learning Conference in San Francisco. The talk was titled, “Learning from Birth to the Grave @ Your Library”, and I spoke of all the wonderful ways lifelong learning is on full display in Kansas libraries and in a couple of other locations. I hope you enjoy the talks. All the other ignite talks can be seen at DML’s More >
Note: Next year’s conference is March 21-23 at the Hilton again.
Lee Rainie, Director Pew Internet Project
pew pew pew slide (token cat picture)
No agenda or position or anything. PEW generates primary useful information for their stakeholders, like librarians.
emperor of keynotes? &”monarch of twitter feedback” @itsjustkate tweet
Internet and Broadband Revolution (Revolutionary war picture)
- 24% of Americans only have cell phones (no landline): 50% are under 30.
- Change in internet use by age, 2000-2010 graph: in about 2007, flattening of Internet growth begins. Librarians have been helpful in teaching the resistant