How to cite some social media MLA & APA style.
Yes, it’s true.
Here’s the infographic from MyLife on social media behavior that reveals that social networkers are growing even more overwhelmed with juggling the increasing number of social networks and email accounts they manage. This what leads to Fear of Missing Out (FOMO), and people having to schedule a “vacation” from social media altogether.
The Pew Research Center has released some interesting research into teens on social media. The major story that the press has taken from the research is that teens are supposedly tiring of Facebook, with many citing boredom due to “drama” and an ever-increasing adult presence.
— Recep Tayyip Erdogan | Social media and opposition to blame for protests, says Turkish Prime Minister
As some say that all students should be required to “speak up” in class, I say “let them type.” If you run a backchannel, that should count as classroom contribution. I’ve found that quieter students will float an idea in the classroom and are willing to express it verbally if the teacher notices and speaks about the topic. Sometimes students want a low-threat way to suggest and interject, and I’ve personally found the backchannel to be a powerful way to do this.
Facebook is getting old. Guess I should move over to http://www.deviantart.com/
- LinkedIn has the oldest user base, with the average user being 44.2
- The average Facebook user is 40.5
- The average Twitter user is 37.3