||Nowadays, the subject of social networking is closely related to leisure, publicity and marketing. Few people consider them as a tool to support learning. However, with their daily activities online, students are developing, without thinking, skills that we do not directly perceive, such as collaborative work, interest and motivation for research. With the adequate methodology and teacher support, it is possible to guide these skills, innate in students, and get an effective collaborative work in developing the project. Through this research, applied to students of architecture, schemes are proposed to improve the teaching-learning process, and extend beyond the classroom.