social networking in schools

14 August 2007 at 1:59 pm 1 comment

Via Edna comes a report out of the US…

A new study released today by the National School Boards Association and Grunwald Associates LLC exploring the online behaviors of U.S. teens and ‘tweens shows that 96 percent of students with online access use social networking technologies, such as chatting, text messaging, blogging, and visiting online communities such as Facebook,  MySpace, and Webkinz.  Further, students report that one of the most common topics of conversation on the social networking scene is education.
Nearly 60 percent of online students report discussing education-related topics such as college or college planning, learning outside of school, and careers.  And 50 percent of online students say they talk specifically about schoolwork.


Entry filed under: internet, Media.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. College Student Net  |  18 November 2007 at 3:28 am

    Thank you for giving us the opportunity to list, we would like to inform you on our new College Network Place…

    The College Networking Cafe is designed to give a social networking utility that connects college students with other college students from around the world!

    Students can use the college networking cafe to keep up with college friends, news, upload photos, share links and videos, you can also become affilates to help build your own community and just learn more about their fellow classmates.


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