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This presentation was given at Internet Librarian 2009.

This presentation was given at Internet Librarian 2009.


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  • Not touching question of savv
  • Debate over whether or not students are as tech savvy as thought. Probably not but not going over that today. Question I’m interested in today - What are they using?
  • 11.2 billion videos in July 09 Neilsen - teens 20% of mobile video audience teens watch online video – 3:05:57; 18-24 watch 5:35:58 – highest age group (followed by 25-34 at 4:44:13) 12 million teens (2/3 of those online) watched online video in may 09 over years, audience grew 10%, avg #minutes increased 79% youtube biggest category (entertainment/music – over 10 million), then social networks – myspace (2.4 million teens), fb (1.5 million teens) hulu big too
  • Keys- clearly identify myself as librarian Only post relevant info
  • 18 million twitterers by end 2009 (many leave early)
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