BORANG PERMOHONAN PROGRAM KESEDARAN PENYELIDIKAN

By Thursday, October 20, 2011 , No comments
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Hari Mesra Pelanggan: Perpustakaan Tun Abdul Razak 2

By Monday, October 10, 2011 , No comments


[UPDATE 10/10/2010]


Tarikh : 11 Oktober 2011 - 12 Oktober 2011
Masa   : 9.00am - 4.30pm
Tempat : PTAR 2

JPSP scope: Taklimat & Latihan Penggunaan SCOPUS, ISI Web Of Science


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How Social Media Has Changed Us?




Over the last 10 years, we’ve seen social media galvanize thousands over politics, create as many industries as it has destroyed, and offer an abundance of visual and audio entertainment. But has all this incredible change actually changed us, or just the world we live in?


Below are some areas in which social media has had lasting, and arguably permanent effects on the ways in which we live. The question is, are these changes all for the better?




Child Literacy.



It stands to reason that children who read and write more are better at reading and writing. And writing blog posts, status updates, text messages, instant messages, and the like all motivate children to read and write. 


Last month, The National Literacy Trust released the results of a survey of over 3000 children. They observed a correlation between children’s engagement with social media and their literacy. 


Simply put, social media has helped children become more literate. Indeed, Eurostat recently published a report drawing a correlation between education and online activity, which found that online activity increased with the level of formal activity (socio-economic factors are, of course, potentially at play here as well).


read more: HERE



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