Making Facebook safe and productive in lessons

12/23/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

There are five fundamentals that educators need to know when incorporating Facebook into classroom lessons, says Linda Fogg-Phillips, who is Facebook's adviser on education. Among them, teachers should be sure to use the site's privacy settings to control the information they share, realizing that some information, such as name, city and "likes," is never private, she writes.

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