What Leaders Should Know about Social Media, Collaboration, and Doctoral Learning
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During the 21st century, businesses benefit from two key components of effective innovation: social media and collaboration. This chapter provides an in-depth analysis to study the interrelatedness of these components. Featured in this chapter are classroom exercises to deepen the learning of students.
The purpose of the qualitative content analysis study is to explore the descriptions of online learning offered by female students via social media platforms. Research show that virtual classrooms seem particularly beneficial for female students, social media messages could be a powerful force in persuading women students to pursue education online.
Nunn, S., Brown-Joseph, L., & Susberry Hill, M. (2016, October 19). Foundational theories of social media tools and cultural competency: A systematic literature review. Paper presented at the Assocation of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Convention, Las Vegas, NV.