Social Networking<br />By John Joel Condez<br />
What Is Social Networking<br />Social Networking is a platform that aid with social relations with people who share commonalities. A social network allows users to share information like ideas, activities, and interests within their networks.<br />
Examples of Social Networking<br />There are many different sites that promote Social Networking for example, Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace being the most popular.<br />
How Can This Be Used For Learning<br />The Internet communication offers users more ways to research, create, and learn. We live in a social world and users need to learn how to contribute effectively. Using social networks can be very powerful and change the way students look at education, not just their social lives. Teachers can have students be part of website that lets them store, organize, and share resources.<br />
How I can use Social Networking for my own Learning<br />For my own personal learning, I plan to use these social networks to ask questions for my own understanding. I also plan to contribute to my fellow users in my network in answering any questions they may have.<br />
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