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[1] Под социални мрежи в контекста на тази статия се разбират приложенията на web 2.0;

[2] Авторът изписва името си с малка буква;

[3] Авторът умишлено изписва името си с малка буква;

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  1. Здравейте! Тематиката ме интересува и Ви моля, да ми посочите източник, където сте публикували материали по темата, за да мога спокойно да ги цитирам в предстоящ доклад. Благодаря за вниманието!

    • Гергана Мартинова

      Здравейте, вие пишете в източника. Библиосфера е онлайн списание на библиотеката на Нов български университет.
      Цитиране на статията:
      Милтенов, Пламен, Цоков, Галин, Шнелерт, Гари, Хувър, Джон. Социални мрежи в образованието. – В: Библиосфера [онлайн]. 2011, № 15. [прегледан 10.04.2013]. http://bibliosphere.eu/.

  2. Делийска

    Прекрасна статия! Много обширно и задълбочено изследване, засягащо важните проблеми на е-обучението. Би било добре авторите, които очевидно са добри специалисти, да се ангажират със собствено мнение и да предложат методика или стратегия за използването на facebook за обучение. По мое мнение, обаче, която и да е социална мрежа не замества другите ресурси за е-обучение, а само ги обединява.

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