A Framework for Student engagement in Social Networking sites

@inproceedings{Alhazmi2014AFF,
  title={A Framework for Student engagement in Social Networking sites},
  author={Abdulsalam K. Alhazmi and Azizah Abdul Rahman},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2014}
}
Social networking sites (SNSs), such as Facebook and Twitter, are gaining more popularity and use among students in higher education institutions. Based on the design principles, feature usability and interactivity and affordability, these sites offer a variety of opportunities to support student engagement and student learning. Despite the potential pedagogical advantages of SNSs, and the widespread usage among students and considerable time spent daily on SNSs, the results of many studies… CONTINUE READING

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