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International Education Studies, v9 n8 p194-202 2016

This study aims at identifying the role of social communication tools in education from the Saudi female students' perspectives that are studying at the college of education in King Saud University-Riyadh. This study used a survey, which was distributed to 500 female students. The results showed that 90% of respondents used social media where 95% said social media improved interaction with other and raised the sense of social responsibility, 56% used all tools of social media. 45% used social media more than 6 hours daily. 61% believed that social networks promoted democratic values and spread political culture.62% of respondents used social media to do homework or academic projects and researches. 99% of respondents believed that social media allowed following new information about their academic specialty and obtained specialized scientific consulting. 79% of respondents believed that one goal of creating accounts in social networks were learning specific science knowledge or a foreign language. 9% of respondents benefited from social media in social educational consulting. 44% of respondents preferred to debate in scientific and educational topics. 84% of respondents agreed that social networks provided the opportunity to form relationships with those interested in a particular scientific subject and exchanged experiences and information with them.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, College Students, Student Surveys, Social Media, Interaction, Social Responsibility, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Democratic Values, Cultural Awareness, Homework, Student Projects, Student Research, Teaching Methods, Web Sites, Diaries, Telecommunications, Teacher Student Relationship, Computer Mediated Communication

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Autor: Aljaad, Nawal Hamad Mohamad


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