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Students' perceptions of using Facebook as an interactive learning resource at university

Posted on 04 Sep 2012 with 0 comments
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A preliminary evaluation of Facebook as a learning aid suggests that it has the potential to promote collaborative and cooperative learning, but further research is required, specifically to understand if and how it can enhance learning outcomes.  


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