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Social Networking

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    • 1.
      • Amal AL-Balushi
      • Hiba AL-Julandani
      • Sara AL-Zahili
    • 2. What is Social Networking?
      • Social networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups.
      • When it comes to online social networking, websites are commonly used.  
    • 3. What is Social Networking sites?
      • Social networking sites are interactive websites designed to build online communities for individuals who have something in common -an interest in a hobby, a topic, or an organization- and a simple desire to communicate across physical boundaries with other interested people. These sites are not unlike the old-fashioned “party line” telephones, but they leave a more permanent record of the conversations.
    • 4. Social Networking Sites
      • Ning ( http://www.ning.com/ )
      • KickApps ( http://www.kickapps.com/ )
      • CrodVine ( http://www.crowdvine.com/home )
      • GoingOn ( http://www.goingon.com/ )
      • CollectiveX ( http://www.collectivex.com/ )
      • Broadband Mechanics ( http://www.broadbandmechanics.com/ )
      • Cerado ( http://www.cerado.com/ )
      • ONESite ( http://www.onesite.com/ )
    • 5. Features of Ning
      • Discussion Forum.
      • Chat.
      • E-mail.
      • Add a video.
      • Add photos.
      • Add music.
      • Event Listings.
      • Invite People.
      • Notes.
      • Text Box.
      • Blogs.
      • Interest Groups.
      • Member Profiles.
    • 6. Advantages of Ning
      • It is free.
      • Easy to use.
      • Create a virtual identity (personality) which allow instructors to get to know their students better.
      • Sharing files and resources.
      • Encourage interaction.
    • 7. Limitations of Ning
      • It gives you only ultimate storage capacity of 10 GB and monthly data transfer bandwidth of 100 GB.
      • Other personal profile contain topics like drugs, alcohol and others .
    • 8. Applications of Social Networking in Distance Education Different levels of using the web in education
    • 9. Stand-alone instruction
      • Making social network for the course (private and public feature).
      • Uploading the resources, materials and assignments of the course (video, audio, graphics, text)
      • Using the communication tools to interact with the students (chat, discussion, instant messaging)
      • Using other available tools to enrich the course (blog, interest group, list event).
    • 10. Web-supported instruction
      • Online social networking can be used to support instruction. For example it can be used to:
        • Design activity for the course. (group or individual).
        • Share resources.
        • Encourage interaction.
    • 11. Web-pedagogical resources
      • Sharing different types of resources with students (video, audio, graphics, text).
    • 12. Consideration for using Ning
      • Consider the cultural issues when sharing different files.
      • Announce the students that all the information will be public and can be as results for search engine.
      • Copyright and privacy issues.
      • Announce students for other unsafe networks and personal profiles.
    • 13. Features analysis Time of interaction Synchronous Asynchronous Type of interaction Student-student Student-teacher Student-content Student-machine Learning style Group-based Self-based learning Flexibility Anytime Anyplace Ease of access/use Speed Development Feedback Delivery Instruction Stand-alone medium Multimedia support Cost
    • 14.