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Comm450 Social Media

  1. 1. Welcome to the…
  2. 2. I’m Dr. Stansberry • kstansberry@uakron.edu • 541-228-5576 (call or text before 10 p.m.) • Twitter: @kstansberry • Class Hashtag: #Stansberry450 • Facebook: Join group UAkronSMLL • Office Hours: Tues. Thurs. 9:45 – 10:30 a.m. • Office – Fieldtrip!
  3. 3. Your Classroom
  4. 4. Classroom Rules • Technology • Attendance • Participation • Digital Citizenship
  5. 5. Course Objectives • Students will be able to summarize the history of social media development and the current role social media tools play in the field of communications. • Students will be able to identify commonly used social media platforms and describe their features. • Students will be practice responsible, ethical and strategic social media use. • Students will be able to critically analyze social media communication campaigns to identify best practices. • Students will demonstrate their mastery of participatory communication through the application of social media tools, theory, and practice in both real world and hypothetical situations.
  6. 6. Assignments • Reading Quizzes (15% of grade) • Ethics Assignment (15% of grade) • Blogging Assignment (15% of grade) • Mobile Media Assignment (15% of grade) • Final Exam (20% of grade) • Attendance and Participation (20% of grade)
  7. 7. Important • Note: The above schedule is intended to serve as a general outline and it is subject to change. Topics are tentative and may need to be modified during the semester. Homework and Project Assignments, Quizzes and Test dates will be announced in advance.
  8. 8. Getting to know you… Twerk Contest!!!
  9. 9. Partner Up!
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