[CITASA] Expert invitation from the Internet Project of Pew Research

Janna Anderson andersj at elon.edu
Fri Dec 20 09:04:10 EST 2013


To the listserv administrator: Pew Internet is inviting experts who
participate in discussions on leading listservs to take part in a special
research project. Please delete this opening paragraph and forward the
content below to your list if you see it to be of value to your group.
Apologies for mistakenly sending this invitation earlier to some admins
with a password that had been meant for individual participants. This
format will allow all people in your special-interest discussion group to
participate. If you happen to know of another list you think should be
invited, please email your suggestion to andersj at elon.edu ­ Janna Anderson


Expert invitation from the Internet Project of Pew Research

Our apologies for cross-postsŠ Members of this list are invited to
participate in a special project to gather input on the challenges and
opportunities for the future of humanity and the Internet. The study is
being conducted by two non-profits: Pew Research Center's Internet Project
and Elon University's Imagining the Internet Center. We are collecting
experts' input on the most likely evolution of technology and people's
uses of it by the year 2025. Experts such as Semantic Web scientist James
Hendler, Internet protocol co-inventor Vint Cerf, futurist David Brin,
Esther Dyson, danah boyd and Jeff Jarvis are among those who are
participating.

If you have not already participated in the survey, please use a laptop,
desktop or tablet computer and click on the link below and enter the
password provided.

https://www.rationalsurvey.com/s/10669
PASSWORD:  FUTURE


We hope you will take the time to share your insights now, so you do not
forget, however, the site will be open until early January and you are
allowed start and stop, thinking your answers through and participating
over time. Past participants have told us that taking the time to think
the questions we present to them through has helped them see a clearer
path to future action in their own realm.

By default, all of your responses are confidential. However, we provide
respondents the opportunity to take credit for their remarks by simply
typing their name at the beginning of each response. Taking credit lends
credibility to the results and contributes to a more vibrant public
conversation. Again, to have your remarks attributed to you, please type
your name at the beginning of each open-ended response you provide. If
your name does not appear at the beginning of a response, it will remain
anonymous.

If you know other thought leaders who would contribute meaningful insights
on the questions posed in this survey, if you send us their contact
details we will invite them to participate.

The Pew Internet Project and Elon University will issue a series of
reports based on this survey in 2014. Your answers, attributed or
anonymous, will also be added to Imagining the Internet
http://www.elon.edu/e-web/imagining/default.xhtml.  If you have any
questions, please contact us.

Thank you!
Janna Anderson, andersj at elon.edu
Director, Imagining the Internet Center, Elon University

Lee Rainie, lrainie at pewInternet.org
Director, Pew Research Center's Internet Project





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