Resources: New Media
The project produces reports that explore the impact of the Internet on families, communities, work and home, daily life, education, health care, and civic and political life. The Project aims to be an authoritative source on the evolution of the Internet through collection of data and analysis of real-world developments as they affect the virtual world.
The Center at the USC Annenberg School has been tracking a representative sample of the American population for over five years watching as people move on-line and then move from modems to broadband.
CyberJournalist.net is a news and resource site that focuses on how the Internet, convergence and new technologies are changing the media.
The site offers tips, news and commentary about online journalism, citizen's media, digital storytelling, converged news operations and using the Internet as a reporting tool.
An extensive site of news, features and tips about online journalism published by the USC Annenberg School for Communication.
A great resource developed by New Media Technologies students in the Creative Industries Faculty, QUT.
MIT media cultural studies guru Henry Jenkins collection on digital culture.
A weblog that looks at convergence culture: The flow of stories, images, characters, information, and sounds across media channels in a coordinated fashion which facilitates a deepening and expansion of the consumer’s experience. The ways consumers interact with media content, media producers, and each other as they experiment with and explore the resources available to them in the expanded media landscape.
The weblog of Dutch journalism studies academic Mark Deuze who has a special interest in journalism and new media culture.
Public Knowledge is a group of lawyers, technologists, lobbyists, academics, volunteers and activists dedicated to fortifying and defending a vibrant information commons. Good resources on digital copyright issues.
A journalist and researcher concerned with reclaiming the American commons, understanding how digital technologies are changing democratic culture, fighting the excesses of intellectual property law, fortifying consumer rights and promoting citizen action.
A non-profit group of lawyers and activists who have produced a series of copyright licenses that aim to build a layer of reasonable, flexible copyright in the face of increasingly restrictive default rules.