A Review of Social Networking Sites and Academic Performance of Students

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Dr. Masood Hassan , Rabbiya Khan ,

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Volume 11 - August 2022 (08)

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to examine how using social media affects students' schoolwork. SSNs facilitate student interaction and learning by connecting students to one another and to resources. Learning, making connections, travelling the world, and finding career possibilities are all facilitated by SSNs. In spite of widespread assumptions that today's youth are misusing social media for harmful purposes, the vast majority of students are interested in exploring its potential educational applications. Students have found success in using various forms of social media as a means of communication and research, ultimately leading to a more effective educational experience

Keywords

Social Networking Sites, YouTube, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin

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