The use of social networking in undergraduate learning can be beneficial to supporting social learning and student centered learning. It is definitely a tool to help keep students engaged in the lessons so long as they don't become distracted by all that is available to them with their personal networking. Social networking is a definite means to enriching current classroom instruction and existing curriculum. Social networking can help build a sense of community within a learning environment. I am feeling this in just the two weeks of being a part of this cohort. I don't personally know any of the people in my cohort, yet I feel a sense of community. I am reading about them and their thoughts and experiences through social networking and I feel a sense of belonging. Students entering college and even graduate school are technology natives and for them it would probably be foreign no to have social networking a part of their classes. My students are used to checking the class website in order to plan for instruction, testing, and their current grade. I don't necessarily use social media, but they do email me and I do post on the class website daily.