Social Media: Bridging the Distance Between Students and Faculty of FDSA, a Case Study on Effective Communication in an Approved Training Organization
Keywords:Approved Training Organization, Aviation, Effective Communication, Faculty, Students, Social Media
Approved Training Organizations are organizations that train future aviation personnel. Aviation personnel must have good communication skills. Effective communication allows groups of people to better understand one another and form a closer and deeper relationship. This quantitative study aims to determine the effectiveness of social media platforms in bridging the distance between students and faculty of FDSA Aviation College of Science and Technology, Inc. The results from this study show that students and faculty of FDSA were able to form a bond with the other party through the use of social media platforms.
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