The role of social media in dental education
|The role of social media in dental education|
|Author(s)||McAndrew M., Johnston A.E.|
|Published in||Journal of Dental Education|
|Keyword(s)||Blogs, Dental education, E-learning, Educational methodology, Millennials, Social media, Web 2.0, Web-based learning, Wikis (Extra: dental education, educational technology, human, Internet, learning, review, social media, social network, videorecording, Blogging, Education, Dental, Educational Technology, Humans, Internet, Learning, Schools, Dental, Social Media, Social Networking, Video Recording)|
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Social media, also known as Web 2.0, includes a set of web-based technologies in which users actively share and create content through open collaboration. The current students in dental school are Millennial learners who are comfortable using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, for both socialization and learning. This article defines and explores the range of Web 2.0 technologies available for use in dental education, addresses their underlying pedagogy, and discusses potential problems and barriers to their implementation.
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