Some companies have closed their networks to Facebook and other social media, in an attempt to keep employees focused on work during work hours. Some even restrict access to their email system for a few hours each day, acknowledging that email is a drain on productivity.
The good folks over at LearnStuff.com have made an infographic that illustrates how much time we use on social media. Does it look right to you? Do you think usage at universities might be even higher? Would it be understandable to try to change the behavior of students and faculty? How would you start doing that?
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