Adolescents today have come to regard social networks as a natural way to maintain their relationships with others, to procure information and to be entertained. This represents both a risk and an opportunity for the school system. How can schools learn to deal with this phenomenon positively and constructively? How can they avoid the pitfalls and still use social media in the classroom? This guideline analyses the various functions of social media and presents valuable tools for applying them in the classroom situation. It provides concrete suggestions for imparting proper competence in adolescents. It also contains information about how social media can best be used as part of the public relations of the respective school.
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Using case studies from companies such as Slack, Stripe, Facebook, and Github, this practical guide shows you how to navigate complex decisions when building, scaling, and evolving your own APIs. You´ll learn best practices for designing APIs that developers will love, and discover how to evolve your APIs as your product grows.
Buzzfeeed News Senior Reporter Lam Thuy Vo explains how to get, process, and analyze data from the social web in meaningful ways with the Python programming language. Digging Social Media Data will show you the kind of data that can be mined on the social web, the insights that can be gained from it, and the limitations of its scope. You´ll learn how to find out what kind of data is available on popular social media juggernauts like Facebook and Twitter and how to recognize the value of what is measured. Practical exercises interweave with conceptual lessons that cover ways to use Python to extract data from social media sources, analyze it, and make sense of it visually. You´ll learn how to write a script that taps into an API, how to scrape data from websites, and even how to make sense of emoji usage in your data.