Australian report released
The Australian report has been added to the published section.
The internet is everywhere: at work, at home, and on the move. And if the federal government has its way, it will soon be in every school.
But despite its ubiquity, we know very little about how the net is used, where and by whom. The World Internet Project is attempting to answer these questions and the Australian arm of the project has just released its initial findings with some surprising results.
New Zealand report released
The Internet in New Zealand 2007 Final Report has been added to the published section.
The first real picture of how New Zealanders are using the Internet can be seen with the release of the World Internet Project New Zealand data produced by AUT University.
Director of AUT’s Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication (ICDC) Professor Allan Bell, who led the study, said a number of fascinating insights emerged from the latest results which will provide a baseline for future surveys in tracking trends associated with the Internet.
Annual WIP meeting
The Annual WIP Meeting was held in Budapest, 8-10 of July, 2008. The link below takes you to the offical WIP Meeting web.