NITLE Social Networking Survey

1. NITLE Social Networking Survey: Your Uses

 
NITLE invites you to share your practices and thoughts re: using social software and Web 2.0 tools. Your responses will be combined with those from others across the NITLE Network to create a community-wide picture of use that sets local uses in context. All responses will be collated and shared in aggregate form with the community. Thank you!
1. Which online community, if any, do you favor or find most useful for your academic work?
2. Which social software or Web 2.0 platforms do you currently use and how often? (examples in parentheses)
Use?Frequency of use
e-mail lists (H-Net, NITLE-IT)
social network sites (Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, NPR Community, GoodReads, Dopplr)
blogs, for reading (Juan Cole, Chronicle Wired Campus, Rita McGrath Dynamic Strategies, PZMyers, Dienekes' Anthropology Blog, ClioPatria)
blogs, for posting (Blogger, LiveJournal, WordPress)
microblogs (Twitter, Friendfeed, Facebook status updates)
wikis (locally hosted wikis, Wikipedia, Google Docs, Blackboard wiki)
sharing images (Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket)
social bookmarking services (del.icio.us, Scholar.com, Furl)
podcasting, listening (NPR podcasts)
podcasting, producing/contributing
video, social platforms, watching (YouTube, Vimeo, Bliptv, Google Video)
video, social platforms, contributing
virtual worlds (Second Life, Habbo Hotel, Google Lively)
gaming worlds and communities (World of Warcraft, discussion boards, card-game sites)
NITLE Predictions Market (http://markets.nitle.org)
3. Of the platforms you are not currently using, which are you considering exploring in the next six months? (examples in parentheses)
Thinking about using?
e-mail lists (H-Net, NITLE-IT)
social network sites (Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, NPR Community, GoodReads, Dopplr)
blogs, for reading (Juan Cole, Chronicle Wired Campus, Rita McGrath Dynamic Strategies, PZMyers, Dienekes' Anthropology Blog, ClioPatria)
blogs, for posting (Blogger, LiveJournal, WordPress)
microblogs (Twitter, Friendfeed, Facebook status updates)
wikis (locally hosted wikis, Wikipedia, Google Docs, Blackboard wiki)
sharing images (Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket)
social bookmarking services (del.icio.us, Scholar.com, Furl)
podcasting, listening (NPR podcasts)
podcasting, producing/contributing
video, social platforms, watching (YouTube, Vimeo, Bliptv, Google Video)
video, social platforms, contributing
virtual worlds (Second Life, Habbo Hotel, Google Lively)
gaming worlds and communities (World of Warcraft, discussion boards, card-game sites)
NITLE Predictions Market (http://markets.nitle.org)
4. Which social site(s) do you find most valuable, and why do you use it/them?
5. Which online community, if any, do you favor for personal use (primarily unrelated to your work)? (optional)
6. Please provide the following demographic information about yourself. (optional)
7. What is your role at your institution?
8. If you have other comments, reflections, or questions, please share them here:
9. If you are willing to discuss your answers with NITLE and/or respond to other questions regarding social networking, please provide your name and email address:
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