Examining the use and application of social networking sites and mobile learning in education. Australian education systems have experienced noticeable and evidenced changes in policies and approaches to teaching and learning using ICT. In an increasingly mobile world, where information is more readily available, accessible and stored online, rather than in the traditional sense of local disc storage, social networking sites are growing in popularity, as a means of collaborating and connecting with others. Networking, creating and collaborating are some of the key characteristics of 21st Century learners.
Chapter 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Review of Related Literature
Advances in Social Media Research: Past, Present and Future | SpringerLink
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Advances in Social Media Research: Past, Present and Future
Social media comprises communication websites that facilitate relationship forming between users from diverse backgrounds, resulting in a rich social structure. User generated content encourages inquiry and decision-making. Given the relevance of social media to various stakeholders, it has received significant attention from researchers of various fields, including information systems. There exists no comprehensive review that integrates and synthesises the findings of literature on social media. This study discusses the findings of papers in selected IS journals on social media and social networking published between and
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