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Children are increasingly using social media tools in their lives. In addition, there is great interest in understanding how to design and evaluate social technologies to aid in children's learning and development. We describe two research endeavors that begin to address these issues. First, we introduce SINQ, a social media application that encourages children to practice Scientific INQuiry skills through collaborative participation. Second, we conducted a case study of SINQ with six children,doi:10.1145/2485760.2485805 dblp:conf/acmidc/AhnGYBC13 fatcat:sgrvbirm5naufgu32qe6nudk34