Will Google+ Be the Answer for Safe Social Networking?

Pascopella, Angela
October 2011
District Administration;Oct2011, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p92
The article presents a profile of the online social network Google+ and queries whether or not the site will provide students with a safe environment for social networking in schools. Various aspects of the site are explored, including the ability of users to share Internet videos and access the site from mobile devices, and comments regarding its possible use in an educational setting are provided by columnist Rob Mancabelli and Google spokesperson Iska Hain.


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