Data for: How does students' general academic achievement moderate the implications of social networking on specific levels of learning performance?

Published: 26-09-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rgvsv4ywwy.1
James Wakefield


The data relates to students’ use of social networking sites (SNSs), with particular focus on Facebook and the associated functions of Facebook. There is also data on students’ use of other SNSs (Linkedin, Snapchat and Twitter) for comparative purposes. This data can be associated with student performance, which is related to the learning levels in Bloom taxonomy. Control data on student characteristics that may also relate to learning performance is also included.