Perks of taking a social media class: learning how to improve performance, keeping up with the latest techniques, figuring out analytics like a human being. Downside: you realize how what you’re doing is not working. When was the last time I updated this blog? It was a while ago. What’s the overall theme? It should… Continue reading You’re doing it wrong
This is the first semester I’m taking strategic communication classes, and they’re meant to be the building blocks of my career. In “Principles,” we’re talking about resumes and cover letters. Did you know that blogs can be a valuable asset on a resume? I didn’t, and now I’m worried that this blog isn’t professional enough.… Continue reading Professional social media…er?
Today in lecture, Mike McKean (a professor in the Futures Lab) showed us the crazy, scary, really cool possibilities of the future. In talking about mobile journalism, Professor McKean showed us how a lot of companies and media outlets are trying to keep up with all the new technology out there: QR codes, tags, apps… Continue reading Mobile journalism
As I was walking to lecture for the week, I realized I am now over the hump for this class. At first, I was really excited because I was one step closer to fall semester and finishing my prerequisites. Then, I was sad because it means summer’s halfway over (for me, anyway) and that I’m… Continue reading Final Project