Social Media Group Campaign Proposal Questionnaire
Social Media & Mobile Technologies in Strategic
Each group will have four students (for a total of six groups in the class). The purpose of this
questionnaire is to make sure there are at least one student that fits into one of these categories per
group and a range in experience working in social media as well. The goal is not to have a group of all
leaders, all writers, one group having all social media experts, etc.
Also, it is key to know the schedule for each student as well to make sure each group is compatible to
meet at arranged times. There will be a few days this semester where groups will be able to meet during
When you are assigned to your group, you will need to 1) get everyone’s contact information (email, cell
phone, Twitter handle, etc) 2) start assigning roles and duties for each member and 3) set up a consistent
meeting schedule for your group regarding this project.
NOTE: It is the responsibility of each member of the group to contribute equally to the project. You will
be graded as a group, but there will be individual grades assigned as well based on peer evaluations. More
details will be discussed in the Social Media Campaign Proposal Assignment.
Make sure to address the following questions. This will be used to determine your group members and
How much work experience do you have working in social media?
☐ More than three internships working in social media
☐ Two - three internships working in social media
☐ At least one internship working in social media
☐ I have no experience working in social media
Day Times available to meet for Group Project
On a scale of 1-4, rank yourself in the following categories (1 being your strongest characteristic and 4
being your weakest
____ Leadership (organization, collaboration, etc)
____ Writing (copy editing skills, etc)
____ Creativity & Graphic Design (visual)
____ Research (method design, analysis, etc)
Is there anything you would want to make sure your group members know about your schedule for the
semester (ex. job obligations, university sponsored activities and events, etc)