Yesterday, Facebook announced the introduction of a new platform — Groups for Schools. Based on what I have read, these are features that I think are key to getting faculty and other higher ed Group administrators to embrace and champion the new Groups for Schools.
The second part in my look at what Facebook needs to fix or implement in Facebook Groups to make Groups an effective tool for classroom instructors.
Christopher Axell, from the CSU Fullerton Department of Marketing, shares an assignment he gives to teach Business Writing students how to use social media for networking and job hunting.
A handful of key features that Facebook needs to incorporate into Groups in order to make them more useful for educators to use for classroom instruction and discussion. Particularly in light of the Google+ launch.