Online Environments. With 99% of college students online, understanding the online landscape has become imperative for college administrators 1 The traditional mindset of how people meet, engage, and interact are being rethought as the population of online participants increases 2
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Student Affairs and Technology
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 has identified four key issues involving the connection between college and technology:
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9 Hass, N. (2006, January 8). In your Facebook.com, New York Times, 30.
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11 FacebookFall 2005 expansion allows advertisers to reach 8 of 10 college students nationwide.
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12 Read, B. (2006, January 20). Think before you share. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 52(20), A38.
13 Woo, S. (2005, November 3). Schools use Facebook to run background checks on students. Brown Daily Herald, n.p.
14 Bugeja, M. J. (2006, January 27). Facing the Facebook. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 52(21), C1.