Rachael Zylstra<br />I hail from Grand Rapids, Mich., and I now live in East Lansing, Mich. <br />I’m passionate about wri...
A little background<br />I received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University in 2008. During my un...
Web 2.0 experience<br />At my job at University Relations, I work with Web 2.0 concepts each day. I have experience with:<...
 Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr
 Accessibility and usability
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Hello class! My name is Rachael Zylstra.

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  1. 1. Rachael Zylstra<br />I hail from Grand Rapids, Mich., and I now live in East Lansing, Mich. <br />I’m passionate about writing news stories and 140-character tweets, event planning, brand strategy and management, and anything new media. I’m a sushi fanatic, Spartan for life, dog lover and beach bum.<br />Meet Rachael Zylstra | JRN 730<br />
  2. 2. A little background<br />I received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University in 2008. During my undergraduate career, I worked as a general assignment reporter at the City Pulse, in Lansing, and The State News, in East Lansing.<br />I’m currently pursuing a master’s degree in public relations from MSU. I will graduate in Dec. 2011.<br />I currently work full time at University Relationsat MSU.I’m a communications specialist and I’m responsible for all things new media. I also maintain the msu.edu homepage, and help with marketing and branding strategies. Spartans Will.<br />Photo courtesy University Relations <br />Meet Rachael Zylstra | JRN 730<br />
  3. 3. Web 2.0 experience<br />At my job at University Relations, I work with Web 2.0 concepts each day. I have experience with:<br /><ul><li> Blogs
  4. 4. Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr
  5. 5. Accessibility and usability
  6. 6. RSS feeds
  7. 7. Web, style guides and standards
  8. 8. Content management systems
  9. 9. Writing for the web
  10. 10. SEO
  11. 11. Multimedia production</li></ul>Image courtesy alexjamesbrown.com<br />Meet Rachael Zylstra | JRN 730<br />
  12. 12. What I hope to learn<br />Journalism has changed drastically since I got my undergraduate degree—and that was only a few years ago!<br />With emerging technologies taking the stage in journalism and the news, I hope to: <br /><ul><li> Learn how to become a more effective writer for the web.
  13. 13. Utilize multimedia to its maximum potential to help tell my story in a unique and interesting way.
  14. 14. Better understand the ethics with new media and journalism.
  15. 15. Consume news online in a more comprehensive way.</li></ul>Image courtesy caytonphotography.com<br />Meet Rachael Zylstra | JRN 730<br />
  16. 16. Get social with me!<br />facebook.com/rachaelzylstra<br />Twitter.com/rachaelz<br />linkedin.com/in/<br />rachaelzylstra<br />Meet Rachael Zylstra | JRN 730<br />

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