2014 study from Pennsylvania State University published in PLoS One that uses computer-science techniques to estimate the total amount of research knowledge available on the Web.
Ten linking “best practices,” with an emphasis on stability and transparency. The goal is to reduce the chance that links will go bad, minimize the work going forward and maximize the utility for users.
August-September 2014 review of recent academic studies, covering topics ranging from citizen journalism and transparency to Wikipedia and social media.
2014 study in Public Opinion Quarterly that suggests that political polarization cannot be explained by media diversity and the fragmenting of audiences.
2014 review of studies and reports that provide insights into law enforcement actions and recent patterns in America.
July 2014 review of recent studies relating to online comment threads, media fact-checking on Twitter, social media content flagging and more.
Spring 2014 highlights from talks by journalists and media thinkers, including David Carr, Julia Angwin, Andrew Revkin, Deborah Amos, Brian McGrory, Ben Smith and Andrea Mitchell
2014 study from Harvard’s Berkman Center and Shorenstein Center examining patterns of media credentialing and denials of press passes across the United States.
May 2014 review of the latest papers and studies on topics ranging from crowdsourcing innovations to media ethical dilemmas over the use of Web analytics.