Posts filed under: Teaching

Reflections on Integrate 2015: Inspiring conference and wonderful community

I am heading back to Louisville from Morgantown, WV. I have been going to the Integrate conference now since 2010, and it seems like every year, the conference and experience gets better and better. As you can see here, the […]

Cision University Program for PR classes: A review from a #prprof

I have tried to always look to see what new programs, services, and tools I can use and integrate into my classes at the University of Louisville. I have been thrilled with the results my students have gotten from experiencing […]

Engagement + information + relationship management = effective combination for a social media professor in the classroom

Juntae Delune just posted a really good quote from Gary Vaynerchuk about Twitter, which states “I’m not using Twitter to consume information, I’m using it to consume engagement.” What exactly does it mean to be engaged on social media? Jason […]

Presenting at UT Social Media Week

I had the chance to go back to one of my former schools, the University of Tennessee, this week for the UT Social Media Week. This event has been going on for several years at UT (after I graduated back […]

Myths and Best Practices for Professors who teach Social Media

I have been teaching social media courses for about two years now, but I have always considered myself to be a student of the field even after I got my PhD. This is a field that continues to evolve and […]