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Broadband, Social Networks, and Mobility Have Spawned a New Kind of Learner -- THE Journal - 2 views

  • the near ubiquity of mobile computing is producing a fundamentally new kind of learner, one that is self-directed, better equipped to capture information, more reliant on feedback from peers, more inclined to collaborate, and more oriented toward being their own "nodes of production."
  • "We've all got audiences now on Twitter and Facebook," Rainie said. "Everybody can be a publisher and broadcaster; students in particular are taking advantage of tha
Phil Taylor

Social networking sites and our lives | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life ... - 0 views

  • findings presented here paint a rich and complex picture of the role that digital technology plays in people’s social worlds. Wherever possible, we seek to disentangle whether people’s varying social behaviors and attitudes are related to the different ways they use social networking sites, or to other relevant demographic characteristics, such as age, gender and social class.
Phil Taylor

People Who Own Tablets Are Glued to Them, Read More News - 0 views

  • First and foremost, tablet owners are clearly more engaged when using the devices. Whereas the desktop has myriad distractions popping up left and right, tablets tend to be best for doing one or two tasks at a time. This is good for publishers, who struggle to keep the fractured attention of readers, but it's also good for other brands.
Phil Taylor

The Social Side of the Internet | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project - 0 views

  • nternet users are more likely than others to be active: 80% of internet users participate in groups, compared with 56% of non-internet users.
Phil Taylor

Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project's Presentations on SlideShare - 0 views

  • he Pew Internet & American Life Project aims to be an authoritative source on the evolution of the internet through surveys that examine how Americans use the internet and how their activities affect their lives. We take no positions on policy issues related to the internet or other communications technologies. We do not endorse technologies, industry sectors, companies, nonprofit organizations, or individuals.
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