2.1. TheoriesSocial networking sites/social media has been used for online interaction. Social networking sites are also used by students as a tool that helps them in the learning process. (Kaur, I., Shri, C., and Mital, K. M. 2015). According to Kaplan and Haenlin (2010), Social networking sites refers to ” a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of User Generated Content”. On Barnes and Lescault (2013) study found that over 84 % of institutions of higher education have one Twitter account, making the platform one of the most popular used by institutions. 2.2. Relevant previous studyThe use of social media within and outside educational can differ from private and educational use. Jones et al. (2010) stated that student distinct divide between their learning space and personal space. And also, He adding that educators should address this divide by combining or separating these two spaces. Meanwhile, higher education has been known as teacher-centered, where the students are passive. The social media used by student more user-generated content and student expect guiding to use social media. The previous study shows that student wants to keep social networks and learning environments apart. Jones et al. (2010) stated that between personal and learning spaces, there is a significant gap regarding to the perception and experience of learning and social life. Then, he concludes learning needs to be modeling in order to show individual’s preferences. The use of social media in university classroom environments, Vygotsky (1980) argued that human being learn best if there is an interaction with group work. In this era, interaction and collaborating are implemented virtually without worrying about time and place. In some universities, Twitter becomes the platforms for interacting with other learners and lecturers which enable them to interact more freely. Jones (2015) stated that student who use Twitter as a collaboration tool come to the class with more improved attitudes. By embracing social media enables student and instructor to interact outside the class meeting with more flexibility.