November 10, 2011 | Leave a Comment
The Pew Internet and American Life Project just published the findings from their survey on teens and social networks: Teens, Kindness and Cruelty on Social Network Sites. Read the full report here (PDF), or review the section breakdown (with hyperlinks) after the jump…
- Part 1 » Teens and social networks
- Part 2 » Social media and digital citizenship: What teens experience and how they behave on social network sites
- Part 3 » Privacy and safety issues
- Part 4 » The role of parents in digital safekeeping and advice-giving
- Part 5 » Parents and online social spaces: Tech tool ownership and attitudes towards social media
BTW, Lee Rainie, Director of the Project, recently gave a talk, When Learning Goes Mobile, in which he discussed, “how people (especially young adults) use mobile devices, including smartphones and tablet computers…[and] how the mobile revolution has combined with the social networking revolution to produce new kinds of learning and knowledge-sharing environments and described the challenges and opportunities this presents…” Some good ideas for those of us challenged to continually rethink how to deliver educational content.
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