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Social Media and Education
It is argued that social media has the potential to bridge formal and informal learning through participatory digital cultures. Exemplars of sophisticated use by young people support this claim, although the majority of young people adopt the role of consumers rather than full participants. Scholars have suggested the potential of social media for integrating formal and informal learning, yet this work is commonly under-theorised. We propose a model theorising social media as a space fordoi:10.4324/9781315121697-1 fatcat:j6yx6gmo5vcgvbumdn6hmsqr5e