In an experiment conceived by university provost Eric Darr at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania, faculty and students will find out if they can go a week without checking Facebook or Twitter.
The goal, says Eric Darr, isn't about changing anyone's behaviour; instead, it is about giving students the ability to reflect on how much they use social media every day and its impact on their lives.
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