"Teenagers are revealing more about themselves on social media than ever before, but they’re also taking more steps to protect their privacy online, according to “Teens, Social Media, and Privacy,” a May 21 report issued by Pew Internet, part of the Pew Research Center, and Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. The report also found Twitter use among teens—especially African Americans—is rising, while teens’ fondness for Facebook is on the decline."
As a millennial, I feel like we already have a bad reputation before even entering the workforce. People think that we’re lazy, have no attention span, spend all day on social media and that we don’t respect the workplace.
App Smart Extra: Apps for Editing Photos New York Times (blog) This week in my App Smart column, I wrote about some of the smartphone apps that have brought powerful photo manipulation techniques to your pocket.
There are many different ways you can incorporate video into your course, each with their own benefits. We've put together a quick guide of the different ways you can use online video to encourage effective and lasting learning.