Assessment of Students’ Familiarity, Adoption, and Use of Social Media in Bahrain.

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Paliktzoglou, V.; Giousmpasoglou, Charalampos; Marinakou, Evangelia;
(2016)

Social media is used in many higher education institutions for educational purposes in numerous new and innovative ways. However, in Bahrain the number of higher education students who are aware of and use social media is not clear. It was therefore necessary to conduct... View more
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