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OST 140: Internet Communication and Research: Internet
Communication

Internet Communication Tips and Tricks

Social Network

Getting the basics of using social media is only part of learning how to use the Internet to communicate. The article links below can get you closer to being a master user.

Social Media and Internet Communication

Young child looking at computer with grandparents on a video call.

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The Internet allows people to communicate in a large number of different ways. Blogs and social media sites, like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, allow users to post text, pictures, and videos for others to see and respond to.  Chat or instant messaging gives people an opportunity to write and respond to each other immediately. Video chat through services like Skype lets computer users see and talk to each other no matter where they are. These are just some of the many communication options available through the Internet, and new ones are being developed all the time.

Internet Communication Basics

If you're new to social networks and other ways of communicating on the Internet, check out the tutorials and articles below to get a better handle of the wild world of Internet Communication.

Popular Social Media Sites

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