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Linking learning styles and learning on mobile Facebook

Posted on 29 Jun 2015 with 0 comments
Interactive personal networking Pedagogy Social Media

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Social networking sites such as Facebook, which have become popular, have the potential to function as educational tools enabling peer feedback, interaction, and learning in a social context. This study used Kolb’s Learning Style Model to investigate differences in student learning outcomes and satisfaction using mobile Facebook for learning.


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