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Social Networking and research: an experience with Facebook


Employing Social Networks as a tool for collecting data, optimizing time management and enhancing variability within the group of participants


social networking; research; facebook; Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Social Networks and Learning; Field experience column

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