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The center also created and organizes the World Internet Project, which includes similar research with 37 international partners in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Australasia.
Trece anos despues los principales estudios que reportan informacion sociodemografica de Internet en Mexico son el Estudio Habitos de los usuarios de Internet en Mexico, realizado por la Asociacion Mexicana de Internet (amipci); el Estudio de percepciones y habitos de los mexicanos sobre Internet y diversas tecnologias asociadas, a cargo del World Internet Project Mexico (wip Mexico); y la Encuesta en Hogares sobre Disponibilidad y Uso de las Tecnologias de la Informacion, realizada por el Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (inegi).
The announcement was made during NU-Q's "Media Vision-Conversations with Digital and Global Leaders" event, at which Dr Cole presented findings from the fourth edition of The World Internet Project report.
It featured speakers from the World Internet Project, the Australian Communications and Media Authority, WatWet, BBC Children, Al Jazeera, Vodafone, the Center for Media Literacy, the European Association for Viewers' Interests and more.
Dr Jeff Cole, head of the World Internet Project and director of the Centre for the Digital Future and Research at USC Annenberg School, is scheduled to address the major facts about the growth of digital media.
Results from an ongoing international study conducted by member countries of the World Internet Project (WIP), indicate that while the Internet may have begun as a conduit to satisfy specific needs, it is now perceived as a destination in itself.
Latin America has been making strides in Internet connectivity, according to the World Internet Project 2006 report, with more than a 350% increase from 2000 to 2005.
In addition to its flagship surveys of America's involvement with the Internet and digital media, CDF administers the complementary World Internet Project in two dozen countries, manages the Annenberg School's On-line Communities Program, and is surveying Internet use by military personnel for the U.