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May marked the 10th anniversary of the University of Utah on Twitter. The once fledgling platform has grown into a resource for university events, news, alerts and conversation.
Twitter has become a useful tool for faculty and researchers in the world of academia, allowing them to connect with peers across the globe on ideas and developments pertinent to their work.
There’s more to social networking than Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram, according to a U professor cataloging alternative sites and services built as a critical response to corporate social media.