Oxford Internet Survey 2009 Report: The Internet in Britain

(A interesting new report from the Oxford Internet Institute)

The Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, has today released the OxIS Report 2009, the latest report in a series of Oxford Internet Surveys (OxIS) that cover the changing landscape of Internet access, use and attitudes in Britain. Dutton, W.H., Helsper, E.J. and Gerber, M.M. (2009) Oxford Internet Survey 2009 Report: The Internet in Britain. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. Download OxIS 2009 [PDF, 1.9MB]: http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/research/oxis/oxis2009_report.pdf OxIS website: http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/microsites/oxis/ The Report will be formally launched at the House of Commons later this afternoon at an event hosted by Derek Wyatt, MP. Presentations on the significance of OxIS will be given by representatives from the sponsoring organisations: Adrian Arthur (British Library), James Thickett (Ofcom) and Mark Cowtan (Scottish and Southern Energy). Dorothy Zinberg from Harvard University will give a US perspective on the importance of studies such as OxIS, and OII Director William Dutton will present the key trends and themes in a talk on ‘The Internet and Society: A Tipping Point?’ A report of the launch event will appear on the OxIS website tomorrow. Please contact me if you would like to discuss any aspect of the report, Best wishes, Dr Ellen J. Helsper Survey Research Fellow



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