Using social media for eLearning (a look at the top 6 social platforms)

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And indeed, people already use them for things ranging from gaming down to email replacement and even disaster management. There’s also the fact that Twitter provides few mechanisms for saving, cataloguing and viewing tweets at a later time, besides the rather inflexible hashtags; it’s more a stream-of-messages than a content repository. Second, it’s popular with the younger demographic, and being based on photography and video, quite fun to use.

Using social media for eLearning (a look at the top 6 social platforms)

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And indeed, people already use them for things ranging from gaming down to email replacement and even disaster management. There’s also the fact that Twitter provides few mechanisms for saving, cataloguing and viewing tweets at a later time, besides the rather inflexible hashtags; it’s more a stream-of-messages than a content repository. Second, it’s popular with the younger demographic, and being based on photography and video, quite fun to use.