.Journal Post. for March 23, 2011

While doing my research for my paper about social networking affecting education, I would say that Google Scholar is so far the best source outside school scholarly website/databases. With Google Scholar is very easy accessible in our home computer. Since Google is so popular and used more widely, Yahoo, Ask, Bing, etc., search toolbar aren’t so good. I’ve found many articles relating to my topic, so it would be very useful for my research paper to become more interesting.

“One student was refused an education degree with the accompanying teaching certificate because of her MySpace photograph, which was deemed “unprofessional.”” This quote was in this article that I approach while doing my scholarly search. Here’s the link to the article, if you would like to read further on: Online Social Networking Issues Within Academia and Pharmacy Education


2 responses to “.Journal Post. for March 23, 2011

  1. Did you use Google Scholar to find this article? This particular article is one you could find using at least 3 different online resources: through PubMed or Google Scholar, which we discussed in class, or via library databases, which we’ll talk about next Monday. ~Prof. L

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