Posts filed under: social media and teaching

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 […]

Buzzfeed in the Classroom: You can teach this #SMprof new tricks!

One of the things I really enjoy about my job as a social media educator is the fact you are always learning something new every day. From rising platforms to ideas on how to incorporate new assignments into the class. […]

Social Media Certifications + Tools for Professors

Along with social media changes and advances, there appears to be a new certification program coming around each and every day. Everyone has their own certification for their platform or company. As a professor, it’s sometimes hard to decide which […]

#OneChanceOnePair Contest with Front Office Sports

As an educator, I try to give back whenever I can to the profession. Whether it is meeting with students about internships or providing them with an opportunity to get a professional experience that will help them in their careers. […]

The [Magic] of #FrebergAlums: Building a community of former social media students

I have always been a big, big believer of bringing guest speakers to my classes, especially the social media class I teach at the University of Louisville. It’s one thing for me to share my own experiences and insights on […]