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Rey Junco
Rey Junco is a is an Associate Professor of Library Science at Purdue University and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Rey's primary research interest is using quantitative methods to analyze the effects of social media on youth psychosocial development, engagement, and learning. Currently, Rey is investigating the ability to use trace data (seemingly irrelevant data collected through natural uses of technology) in order to provide real-time and unobtrusive prediction of student learning outcomes. He blogs at Social Media in Higher Education; you can find him on Twitter at @reyjunco

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The Internet Never Forgets: Parenting the Facebook Generation

(0) Comments | Posted November 20, 2013 | 1:10 PM

Everybody can think of something really stupid they did as a teenager, like taking your parent's car for a joy ride (without their permission, of course), getting drunk with friends, accepting a dangerous dare, or saying mean (or just dumb) things about somebody. Looking back on these moments, many of...

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