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Aimiuwu, E. E. (2019). Social Media’s Impact on Online Graduate Active Learning, In Proceedings of the EDSIG Conference, 5, 1-7.
As of 2019, many more students are interacting with each other in online course forums than on social media because fewer than 2.4% of faculty incorporate social media into their teaching plan. The purpose of this qualitative single-case study is to explore whether online professors are using social media to impact students with online active learning. Nine online graduate students in the United States, recruited from LinkedIn and residencies participated in this study. Five social media teaching techniques from previous research were used as the framework for the study. Data analysis process, key themes, and member checking were used, and saturation was attained. About 100% of online students use social media, and about 66.7% are on Facebook; 66.7% had professors who used social media for teaching, and 55.6% said their professor used YouTube; 33.3% used an online course platform to interact with each other, rather than social media; 66.7% felt YouTube improved their online learning experience; and 44.4% want improved security and content quality in social media.
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