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WAN tops ‘100 Informative Twitter Feeds for Architecture Students’ list

At the moment, social media is one of the fastest and most effective ways of keeping in touch with friends, organising events and keeping up with all the latest celebrity (and mortal!) gossip. Sites such as Facebook and Twitter have become such an addictive part of everyday life, it is sometimes easy to forget that they can also have a certain educational value.

However, this has not gone unnoticed by www.constructionmanagementsdegree.org, a construction management information site targeted at schools and universities. They have recently composed an extensive list of the most informative Twitter feeds for architecture students, and World Architecture News has topped the list, stealing the number one spot from other online architecture resources News Arch and Architectural Record. Our Twitter feed keeps you up to date with all of the most important breaking news stories, uploaded projects and upcoming events, so you never have to miss a thing. Follow us at www.twitter.com/worldarchnews.

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