This research conclusion has important implications for the conversations we have with students about Internet safety and digital citizenship. Helping students understand the inherently public and easily sharable nature of content placed on social networking sites is very important, because that awareness is NOT always part of student perceptions about these sites.Access Dana’s full dissertation on:
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- Different Purposes for Using of Digital Tools to Teach Literacy in the College Classroom by Richard Beach - 2010
- Social Media Counter updated for September 2010 - 2010
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- Visual Tapestry - Flight - 2009
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- Universities banning Skype - 2006
- Portaportal and flexibly learning new tools - 2006