Reducing Information Pollution

Privacy Policy

IORG’s Privacy Policy

1. We respect your privacy.

2. We want to encourage connection between IORG members, but not if it violates the above principle.

3. We will never sell your data to any third party.

4. We will never provide any of your data to a third party without your written permission.

5. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any financial information you provide us, including credit card numbers, is stored securely.

6. We ask you to respect the privacy preferences of other IORG members.

7. We ask you to remember that any information you choose to post publicly on this site is, of course, public.

8. If you have any concern about privacy violations, please contact us.

What's New

Archived Chat: How Do I Help Students Handle Information Overload on Social Media Sites?
Apr. 5, 2010

Source: Poynter.orgAuthor: Mallary Jean TenoreDate: June 18, 2009 How do you help students strike a balance between wanting to feel connected, but not overly distracted by flurries of Tweets, Facebook status updates, links distributed on social media sites, etc.? Poynter’s Sara Quinn and 2009 University of Miami graduate Greg Linch answered this question and others […]

News Archive
Resource Center

Our Resource Center is a
useful repository of research abstracts as well as links to a broad range of IO information
on the web. Learn More