Posts filed under: social media

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 […]

Presenting at the ICCM 2015 Conference in Greece

Hello from Greece! Yes, I am currently in Athens at the moment and will be heading back to Louisville to finish out the spring semester and conclude my four straight weeks of presentations. March has truly been a busy travel, […]

Facebook’s Blueprint Certification Program: Another great resource for PR professors

We have seen a rise of social media certification programs over the years. One of the ones I have been a huge fan of of course is Hootsuite University, providing students with the great opportunity to learn and grow as […]