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We are living in the age of the social web – it impacts how we communicate, how we connect, how we educate and how we do business. This session will explore trends in social media, marketing and communications using the film oeuvre of one Charlton Heston – and how we can use themes and catchphrases from his films to understand how the web impacts our learning, privacy, and how we are being marketed to.
Mike Richwalsky is senior director of creative services at John Carroll University, where he is responsible for the University’s web, print and electronic marketing. A leader in the use of cloud services and architecture in higher education web development, Mike has presented at higher education conferences in the US and UK, including HighEdWeb, EduWeb, Institutional Web Management Workshop, EduComm, J.Boye, Coalition for Networked Information and the Carnegie Mellon University Digital Libraries Colloquium.