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Speaking of Social Networks, What Came First – Chicken or Egg?
Twitter Is  Broad-Casty,  Facebook Is  More Conversational
The So  Expected Change in the New School Year
What Do You Believe to Be the Most Effective Methods for Delivering Professional Development to Teachers?
Undertsanding a PLN to Build  a Strong Learning Community
Guidelines: How to Protect Your Children Online
Dumb Generation? Teens Are Just as Smart as They Ever Were
Self-representation And Self-exposure Through Online Networks
Social Media in Improving Education
Facebook: Pros and Cons of Using it in the Classroom
Twitter Guide: Job Search And Personal Branding
Teenagers: Inequality  Being  Reproduced by Social Media
'Tweeting' Between Students, Faculty Gains Popularity at Princeton
You Are a "Social Media Snob" if You Do Not Follow Many People on Twitter
The Asymmetry of Using Twitter
Great Quoting of the 2009 NAIS Annual Conference
Using Twitter to Communicate With Students' Parents
Facebook: Students Are Going From Sexting...Sextortion?
PhD Research on Teens and Online Social Networks
Social Networks Are for Adults Too, Says a PEW  Survey