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Social networks in education
University of Kragujevac, Teacher Training Faculty, Užice
Teaching and Learning: Problems, Goals and Prospects (MESTD - 179026)

Keywords: social networks; using social networks; education level; students' attitudes
In this paper, the author starts from conceptual determination, advantages and limits of social networks from theoretical-empirical aspect, considers the possibility of their usage in all levels of education. For this purpose the first and the fourth year students at academic and master studies were examined, with the intention to evaluate the possibility of using social networks in primary, secondary school and faculty. The research was done on the sample of 208 students at teacher-training faculties in Belgrade, Užice and Vranje by application of a combined instrument of Likert scale and a questionnaire. Obtained data were processed by applying SPSS software package. The research results showed that teacher-training faculty students differently evaluate the possibility of using social networks in education.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/gufv1506117V
published in SCIndeks: 25/06/2015

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