Social Media for Millennials (Flipbook)

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A flipbook must contain all of the main points and important facts that a research-based essay would, but in a much more concise way. Flipbook image sourcing is very time consuming; it’s difficult to find or take relevant, licensed images with a cohesive theme – and then design text on top of them. But for its user, a flipbook is a quicker way to gather similar or identical information. This could be very beneficial for someone who is too busy to read an academic paper or attend a presentation.

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Social Media for Millennials (Flipbook)

  1. 1. Sources Briggs, Paul. 13 Oct, 2013. “Canada Demographics: Age-Based Digital Behaviours”. eMarketer Webinar - SlideShare. http://www.slideshare.net/eMarketerInc/emarketer- webinar-demographics-in-canadaagebased-digital-behaviors CBC Media Technology Monitor, April 2013 Holmes, Ryan. 11 May, 2014. “Beyond the Selfie: Social Media Skills Millennials Don’t Have”. Financial Post. http://business.financialpost.com/2014/05/11/beyond-the-selfie-social- media-skills-millennials-dont-have/?__lsa=9c59-1ede International Telecommunications Union. 7 Oct 2013. “Measuring the Information Society 2013”. ITU. Marketing Store, September 2012 All images were Miller Family Photos (taken by various family members) or designed by Adam Miller

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