Posts filed under: Social Media Class at UofL

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 […]

Power of Blogging: The gateway to endless opportunities

I have been blogging for now 11 years, and I can say that this was one of the BEST decisions I have ever made in both my professional and personal life. I am probably one of the biggest advocates of […]

Life with Spectacles as a Social Media Professor

I tell my students all the time I have three weaknesses: coffee, shoes, and technology. I have always tried to integrate as much technology into my work, research, and teaching as possible. So, when Snapchat announced their latest venture into […]

Creativity is Truly Contagious for this PR professor: Reflections from EDUMax and Adobe Max

There are many words to describe the overall atmosphere I experienced this past week at the Adobe Max and EDUMax Conferences. Inspiring definitely comes to mind for sure. This was probably one of the most eye opening and truly exhilarating […]

#RedskinsSocialDay Recap from a Social Media Professor

I had a chance to go to the Washington Redskins Social Media Day. This was an opportunity for fans and social media professionals to be part of a great event for a day. Not only did a I really enjoy […]