Navigating News Online

 MAY 9, 2011 BY KENNETH OLMSTEAD, AMY MITCHELL AND TOM ROSENSTIEL Where People Go, How They Get There and What Lures Them Away Overall, the findings suggest that there is not one group of news consumers online but several, each of which behaves differently. These...

Who’s Downloading Pirated Papers? Everyone

Just as spring arrived last month in Iran, Meysam Rahimi sat down at his university computer and immediately ran into a problem: how to get the scientific papers he needed. He had to write up a research proposal for his engineering Ph.D. at Amirkabir University of...

What Students Don’t Know

A two-year anthropological study of student research habits shows that students are in dire need of help from librarians, but are loath to ask for it.     Read more at Inside Higher Ed Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

Module 5: Information Online

Module 5: Information Online Introduction Since the dawn of the information age, people have been concerned about information overload, which is the stress people feel when they are exposed to so much information that it becomes impossible to think about it clearly....