As far as I know this is the first time I have come across the term “alt-ac,” which means alternative academic. In his latest post Dr. Joshua Kim discusses a post by Jeff Nagle, Social Media is the New Smoking, You can read it here:
Facebook is testing some new features that would allow instructors to teach online classes via the social network.
I have to issue a disclaimer here because I have never used Snapchat, or even checked out the website. I suppose I need to set up an account and see how it works.
From Dr. Joshua Kim. Reverse network effects occur when the number of followers damages the quality of a service or platform such as Twitter or LinkedIn.
I have to confess that I never use Twitter.
Quoting from the article in appy geek: “Google is not giving up on its social ambitions, it seems, despite its failures with Google+. The companyannounced this morning a new social app called Spaces, which focuses on group sharing. The app allows small groups of users to tap into other Google services, including Google Search, YouTube and Chrome, in order to post links and share content without having to move in between apps. They can also have conversations around that content in a group chat-like interface.”
Baylor, Texas A&M, and Ashford University had the highest rankings for Facebook and Twitter. Baylor University, Texas A&M, and Ashford University had the highest rankings on Facebook. The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Texas A&M, and Baylor scored highest on Twitter. I am a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Another post from Dr. Joshua Kim of Dartmouth College.