Facebook is typically a network of people who know each other in real life and for the most part it is a “personal arena” where people show pictures of their dogs, kids, house etc
Another type of social networks is for people who share a common interest, in this case shopping and style. There are also social networks for people who like to fish for sea basset, loves Australian cricket and whatever.
Introducing: The millennials<br />Computers are NOT technology<br />Service 24/7 No delays<br />Hard Working<br />Stayconnected<br />Multitaskers<br />Creative<br />Photo: Laptop in a tree by kcolwell(Flickr)<br />Great expectations!<br />Networkers<br />Productive<br />Easilybored<br />3<br />
Somerandomquestions from students<br />Why doesn’t my institution’s LMS look more like facebook and have an intuitive user interface?<br />Why can’t I get messages from my university at the email address I actually check? <br />Why can’t I use my already existing online identity for University services?<br />Google docs supports collaborative writing better than the university wiki, why can’t we do our group assignment there?<br />Why is it so difficult to setup a university wiki for my students (lecturer)<br />20<br />
End Credits<br />Kristine Sevik <br />email@example.com<br />Slideshare.net/ksevik(thispresentation)<br />Twitter: ksevik<br />“The only way to control your content is to be the best provider of it”(the NRK beta doctrine)<br />21<br />