En ny rapport ”Nationell kartläggning av svenska lärares (åk 7-9) användning av sociala medier” har publicerats av Uppsala Universitet, Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten, Sociologiska institutionen. I slutsatserna sammanfattar författarna Elin Thunman Johanna Lovén Marcus Persson att: ”lärares elevkontakter på sociala medier: ett utbrett fenomen utan tydliga riktlinjer De flesta högstadielärare i studien använder sociala medier, antingen privat... Continue Reading →
Add that, bookmark this!
Is quite hard to be updated on all sharing and bookmarking services out there. I’m using about fifteen of these. How many are you using?
Social life of the young – same needs, different tools
When I was young, dating – or at least trying to date – consisted of slipping a note into a girl’s locker, or shuffling nervously towards her to ask her out with my friends offering humiliating support in the background. Today it’s much simpler. Ericsson’s ConsumerLab report, Social Life of the Young, looks into how US... Continue Reading →
How does your life turn out in a museum?
How does your life turn out in a museum? I really like the way Intel create a museum exhibition using information from your social network. Try it out! Intel® The Museum of Me.
Operators take on Social TV at the Monaco Media Forum
TV is becoming increasingly social with a range of applications now available to consumers. Seeing Orange TV Check, an over-the-top service, presented by Patrice Slupowski from Orange at the Monaco Media Forum last week was really intersting in light of recent developments. Read this post at: http://www.ericsson.com/thinkingahead/the-networked-society-blog/2011/11/16/operators-take-on-social-tv-at-the-monaco-media-forum/
‘Worlds collide’ at Monaco Media Forum
Last week I attended the Monaco Media Forum, an annual event that brings together leaders from media industry. Giants such as Google and Turner Broadcasting Systems, along with hot startups such as Soundcloud and Readmill, were there discussing leadership in the digital media revolution. Rad this post at: http://www.ericsson.com/thinkingahead/the-networked-society-blog/2011/11/14/worlds-collide-at-monaco-media-forum/
Citizen bloggers blogging to improve their communities
Last week, I was in Moscow doing research for a ConsumerLab project. I met some really interesting and creative people there. From bloggers who were improving the traffic situation to those working to improve the public’s history knowledge, it was great to see people generating content to change their communities. Read this post at: http://www.ericsson.com/thinkingahead/the-networked-society-blog/2011/10/31/citizen-bloggers-blogging-to-improve-their-communities/
Is Facebook the new village square?
I’ve been writing a lot lately on Facebook, sharing the results of a recent study conducted by ConsumerLab looking at the behavior of Swedish teenagers. In the next installment of my Facebook posts, I explain how the platform is just as important to social life today as the village square was in the past. Read this post at: http://www.ericsson.com/thinkingahead/the-networked-society-blog/2011/10/27/is-facebook-the-new-village-square/
Part two: Facebook and the new communication circles
In my last post, I discussed how Facebook has expanded our contact circles and that the ‘new’ communication channels created by the social networking platform are used differently depending on who is being contacted. Today, I will describe what these channels are, and how they are used. Read more at: http://www.ericsson.com/thinkingahead/the-networked-society-blog/2011/10/24/part-two-facebook-and-the-new-communication-circles/