Posts filed under: social media and teaching

This Social Media Prof is officially a #HootAmb!

I want to share with you all some news I just received (officially) as of today: I am really excited to announce I am now officially a Hootsuite Ambassador! You may be asking yourself: What exactly is a Hootsuite Ambassador? […]

From #Freberg17 to #FrebergAlums: Takeaways and Highlights

This week marked not only the start of Derby week here in Louisville, but also the end of my sixth year teaching at the University of Louisville (my last as an Assistant Professor). Next fall semester, I will be able […]

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 […]

[Teaching] the social media mindset

Teaching is one of the best professions to be in. I am forever thankful for the decision to become a professor to be able to mentor and help the future generation get their start in the field of their choosing. […]

The [truth] about social media influencers: Where we are and where we need to go

It’s another day, which means we are seeing another influencer report outlining key professionals we need to be aware of. We are seeing many professionals (and even professors and students that matter) getting wrapped up in the concept of being […]