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SOCIAL NETWORKING

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SOCIAL NETWORKING Web 1.0 v Web 2.0 CHALLENGES by Mojoey 1997 global interaction of EFL/ESL educators ICT in ELT 831 members (08 Nov '09) from Australia through Nepal to Argentina - all around the world yahoogroups googlewave ning wikis sl broadcasting medium platform for real-time communication
public collaboration
distribution Darcy DiNucci '99 source: Wikipedia retrieve Web-as-participation-platform "informal learning more important than formal" CARDET, 2008, 2009 the greater connectivity
the greater vulnerabilty G. Siemens SOCIAL SOFTWARE
greater social and participatory use Anderson 2007 dynamic -hypervisible

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