Guidelines on how to organize a conference session and how to give a paper in it.
[This article first appeared in Footnotes (The American Sociological Association Newsletter), May 1993. It has been updated, March 2004.]
Shows that the kinds of interpersonal ties that members of Toronto immigrant groups have an effect on their income.
[Pp. 199-226 in Inside the Mosaic, edited by Eric Fong. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006.]
Guidelines of how to write and edit academic papers.
[Paper by Professor Barry Wellman, December 6, 1999]
Article by Karen Kelly about undergraduate student research at the University of Toronto, featuring NetLab students Natalie Zinko and Phuoc Tran.
[Source: University of Toronto – “Stepping Up” report. March 25, 2005.]
The triple revolution — the turn to social networks, the proliferation of the internet and personalized mobile appliances — has changed scholarly publishing. Articles, not journals, are now the basic unit of consumption.
[Presentation by Barry Wellman and Jenna Jacobson to the Taylor & Francis Workshop: Seismic Shift–Marketing, Metrics, & Media, March 2014]
Many students have challenges settling in to university life, dealing with new stresses or finding the best ways for them to excel in an unfamiliar and self-motivated environment. In this presentation Barry Wellman and recent undergraduates offer advice and encouragement based on their personal experiences.
[Presentation by Professor Barry Wellman to new undergraduate students at the University of Toronto, 2013]