Exploring educational uses for Google's social network

07/11/2011 | KQED.org

Google's new social network, Google+, has several features that could be useful to classroom teachers and students, including video chat, research and contact management functions. Writer Audrey Watters finds that Twitter might be a better source for online education-related conversations, and she wonders if teachers have the time to explore several online resources. She writes that for now she is following educators on Google Plus and Twitter, but she's not sure if that is sustainable.

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