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Internet Safety 09/14/2009 (p.m.)

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on September 14, 2009
  • Social networking sites are extremely popular among students, but there appear to be two competing trends for social media in school classrooms and on university campuses. Some teachers and lecturers are embracing Facebook and Twitter as new ways of communicating with students, and some universities and school boards are banning access to social networking tools entirely, citing security concerns.

    Tags: ad4dcss, digital safety, privacy, facebook, curriculum

    • Social networking sites are extremely popular among students, but there appear to be two competing trends for social media in school classrooms and on university campuses. Some teachers and lecturers are embracing Facebook and Twitter as new ways of communicating with students, and some universities and school boards are banning access to social networking tools entirely, citing security concerns. – By Anne Bubnic

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