After posting about how to create a Google Plus community for your class one of my readers here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning asked about whether there is a way to do the same...
Mark Ayton's insight:
The first platform many people are likely to think of when the phrase "Social Media" is mentioned is Facebook. It's also been quite contentious in the past for "blurring the lines" between teachers' and students' social and professional lives, and for the potential privacy risks. This hasn't stopped people wanting to know how it can be used effectively in education. Here's a nuts and bolts guide...
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