Posts filed under: #ProudProf

Go, Baby, Go!: Social Media Analysis + Trends from the Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is one of a kind event. Mint juleps all around. Beautiful hats that display personality and creativity fill the stands at Churchill Downs. Amazing horses display their athletic ability around the track to compete in the most […]

Creating self-made social media professionals

Social media as a profession is very interesting compared to other industries. Because it is still relatively “new,” there are some people who have been around the industry for years, and then there are others that are just getting their […]

How to really get your students their dream social media jobs

If you have read some of the work and research I have done, I am very passionate about teaching and mentoring students. This is one of the primary reasons I have become a professor and embraced social media pedagogy research […]

Collaborating in higher education w/ Adobe: Reflections from Creative Campus Collaboration

Adobe has been a staple and institution for higher education programs, universities, and classes. I remember my first experiences with Adobe back in the day at Florida as an undergrad. I have always been a fan of their software and […]

Three years of teaching social media: Lessons, reflections & best practices

We finished the spring semester this past week, and it made me realize I have been teaching at UofL now for five years, but finished my seventh year teaching at the college level. It’s been a lot of fun and […]