AC 2007-499: MYSPACE IN THE CLASSROOM: CLASSROOM NOTE TAKING COLLABORATION VIA A SOCIAL NETWORKING MODEL

@inproceedings{Ringenberg2007AC2M,
  title={AC 2007-499: MYSPACE IN THE CLASSROOM: CLASSROOM NOTE TAKING COLLABORATION VIA A SOCIAL NETWORKING MODEL},
  author={J. Ringenberg and D. Chesney},
  year={2007}
}
With the recent surge in next-generation internet technologies becoming available to both students and instructors, it is undeniable that technology will soon become an integral part of everyday classroom life. Social networking sites, instant messaging programs, and online collaboration tools may be beneficial to student learning provided that they are utilized properly. However, if these technologies are used inappropriately, they can severely hinder the effectiveness of a lecture. Therefore… Expand

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