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    • JOURNALISM 471 JANUARY 4, 2012
    • ASSIGNMENTS: NETWORKING• Networking with students and professionals is critical to finding a job after graduation.• LinkedIn is the best professional online resource to network.• A week from today, you’ll send me a list of how many LinkedIn connections you have.
    • ASSIGNMENTS: NETWORKING• You’ll make 50 new connections this quarter. 10 should be from outside Ohio University.• By the final day of class, you’ll send me a list of new connections you made this quarter.• If you have 50 connections, that’s 100/100.• If you make 40 connections, that’s 80/100.
    • ASSIGNMENTS: GROUP PRESENTATION• We will randomly select groups.• Each group will get two made up case study questions.• The group will select one question.• The group will then build a PR plan and present their findings to class. – The presentation is 15 minutes max.
    • ASSIGNMENTS: GROUP PRESENTATION• The group will receive one grade based on the following evaluation: – Written Presentation – In Class Presentation – Thorough Research – Quality of Objectives – Value of Programming – Evaluation
    • ASSIGNMENTS: INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION• Each of you will randomly receive subject matter for a case study.• You will research the case study and present your findings to the class: – What happened? – What worked? – What didn’t work? – What would you do differently?• The presentation is eight minutes max.
    • ASSIGNMENTS: INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION• You will be graded on the following criteria: – Written Presentation – In Class Presentation – Thorough Research – Quality of Objectives – Value of Programming – Evaluation