Let’s face it – it’s not just the students checking their Facebook accounts and watching videos on YouTube these days.  So why wouldn’t we transition these tools to education delivery?  Looks like these worlds are crossing more often than we think!

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  • John

    That is just a flat out horrible infographic. Meaningless. The first percentage makes it appear that having a social media account means instructors will watch online videos. Dig into the 80% number and figure out how higher ed faculty are using their social media accounts. You don’t need an account to watch a Youtube video. And the 3rd point about Khan makes this appear just like a commercial for the site. It is so randomly placed there. Really poor example here.