56% Of College Faculty Allows Student To Use Twitter In Class Room [INFOGRAPHIC]

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With each passing days Twitter importance in social media space is increasing at a rapid pace. Even, it helps students as well as professionals in improving their career graph. Currently, around 500 million registered users are connected with Twitter and out of which 200 million are active ones. Recently, an Infographic has been released which highlights how Twitter can help students in nurturing their career.

 

In has been discovered that around 56 percent of college faculty – who use Twitter himself – allows students to use twitter in classroom.

Infographic reveals that students who uses Twitter in classes get 0.5 GPA more than the students who uses Ning in the classes. This directly indicates that Twitter users are more attentive in classes if they use micro-blogging site in a positive form.

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