Facebook has turned down an invitation to appear at a December 14 congressional briefing on teen privacy, where the company were asked to discuss the company’s recent settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Students’ grades drop by about .12 points for every 93 minutes above the 106-minute average time spent per day on Facebook.
Year three of the Facebook fellowship program is about to kick off, and the social network said it will double the number of awards this time around.
Nearly half of college students are scared about how much they depend upon Facebook.
Whether Facebook benefits students depends on how they use it, those who engage with other people on the social network come out ahead.
Facebook teaches students something their teachers don’t really appreciate: freedom of speech, which the U.S. protects in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
More than one out of every five graduate business school admissions offices visit applicants’ social networking accounts to learn more about them.
Here are some back-to-school tips for parents and teachers on Facebook.
For every study we see that says social media helps students, another one says it harms them. A new set of results indicates that overuse of the technology is detrimental, but Facebook can be healthy when used in moderation.
On August 28 a new law will come into effect that might put the kaboosh on any exclusive or private social media site conversations between students and their teachers in Missouri, and the latter aren’t exactly thrilled about it.