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Last week Facebook passed Google (which passed MySpace in 2007) to become the most popular destination on the Web, accounting for just over 7% of all Internet traffic in the U.S.:

Story on Experian Hitwise

CNN Money

Does this mean anything for us? Social networks are almost completely banned here. There are excellent reasons for this. But it’s worth asking whether we’re truly preparing our students for the future they will inhabit and actualize. Are there ways we could make online social networks a part of our vision of teaching and learning?

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