Using Social Networking Sites for Teaching and Learning

@article{Albayrak2015UsingSN,
  title={Using Social Networking Sites for Teaching and Learning},
  author={Duygu Albayrak and Zahide Yildirim},
  journal={Journal of Educational Computing Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={52},
  pages={155 - 179}
}
This study investigates students' involvement in Facebook® as a course management system (CMS), Facebook acceptance, and the relationships between the two. The study used Facebook as a CMS in two freshman courses and employed mixed method as part of an action-research approach. Forty-two students participated in the study, and 12 of those students were selected for face-to-face interviews through maximum variation sampling. Quantitative data were collected through questionnaires and course… Expand

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