TITLE

SOME SKETCHES ON SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES

AUTHOR(S)
Lamanauskas, Vincentas
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Problems of Education in the 21st Century;2013, Vol. 54, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article explores how social networking websites (SNW) can be used to motivate students in Lithuania. It notes that motivation encouragement remains one of the most serious problems in the country's education sector. A survey by Lamanauskas et al. is cited, which found that university students in Lithuania highly value SNW. The survey also claims that SNW not only provides a good way for finding and communicating with friends, it can also be effectively used for acquiring knowledge and getting the newest information from the whole world.
ACCESSION #
88820257

 

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