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LS 502 Research Methods Journal Entry #6

Collaborative Tagging or cultural aspects of the Digital Divide? Yes, there has been a lot done concerning technology as it relates to culture, but as I began to wade through some research articles sent from the Library of Congress, I began to realize this topic might not be so daunting if I extremely narrow my focus. 294 more words

Dr. Suellen Adams

LS 502 Research Methods Journal Entry #5

Returning to my original 2 ideas for research projects, I decided to consider Collaborative Tagging a little more as the topic of research . . . 170 more words

Dr. Suellen Adams

Experts say using social media can help prevent decline in elderly’s health

Full article at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2873604/Older-people-use-Facebook-social-media-prevent-decline-health-study-finds.html

Older people should use Facebook and other social media websites to prevent their health declining, a study has found. 

Pensioners who spend time online do not feel as lonely as others their age, which could stunt deterioration of physical and mental health, according to the research. 331 more words

New York library to give out 10,000 free hot spots

Associated Press |

NEW YORK — The New York Public Library is launching the nation’s largest Internet lending program, handing out 10,000 free high-speed hot spots to some of the city’s poorest residents. 446 more words

Technology

Online learning and the digital divide

As part of my professional development at work, I’ve started an 8-week course on the basics of teaching. It’s aimed at postgraduate researchers who may need to take on teaching responsibilities. 1,063 more words