Posts filed under: Communications

Implementing social media applications outside of class on the national stage

It is finals time here at the University of Louisville, which means exams and presentations are all coming together. I do share with my class the fact that professors do not all come together and see whether or not we […]

Jason Falls shares new media trends and thoughts to #Freberg15

We had our last guest speaker visit us today, and it happened to be Jason Falls. Jason is one of my all-time favorite professionals and colleagues in the field. I had a chance to meet him in person for the […]

Reflections from #Freberg15: A professor’s perspective

We are going to be entering our final week of the semester and I asked my students to reflect on their experiences in #Freberg15.¬†Since I first taught the class back in 2013, there have been some protocols and changes I […]

Embracing your differences & bringing your “weird” to work: Guest lecture w/ Mark Murdock

As the end of the semester comes to the end, we are finalizing the our projects and finishing up the content for the class. However, I am still having several guest speakers come by my social media class and share […]

5 ways for professors to use Periscope in and out of the classroom

We have seen a huge increase in the use and buzz surrounding Periscope, Twitter’s new live streaming video application. I wrote about the implications and uses of Meerkat and how PR professionals (and professors) could utilize these applications for their […]