SEVERAL SOLUTIONS TO POSITIVE INTERNET BEHAVIOR – SOCIAL NETWORK FOR STUDENTS AT SCHOOL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE – THAI NGUYEN UNIVERSITY
Keywords:Behavior, Internet, Social networks.
With the rapid development of science and technology, along with the increasing demand and quality of people's lives, approaching and understanding new trends from the outside society are a very necessity. This is not difficult for everyone, especially young people. A significant part of young people is the students. They can "catch the trend", and update the domestic and world news easily and quickly by accessing the Internet and social networks anywhere, anytime. In this paper, we investigate, research, and evaluate how to use the Internet of students at the School of Foreign Languages - Thai Nguyen University. Then, we propose several specific solutions to help students of the School of Foreign Languages to know how to analyze, identify and exploit the positive things as well as prevent the negative problems when using the Internet - Social networks.
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