We've all heard the horror stories of people getting in trouble, both professionally and personally, because of their questionable social media posts. Whether you are looking for a new job or just want to learn how to better manage your online identity, this class will teach you how to become a responsible digital citizen.
Everyone's heard the horror stories of employees getting fired and students losing college admissions over questionable posts on Facebook and Twitter. These mistakes are all too common as social media use continues to increase, but they can be avoided.
In this class students, will be introduced to the popular social media networks and learn how to utilize these platforms for personal and professional use.
Note: We will be having a workshop session during class, so a laptop with internet connectivity is recommended, but not required.
Before this class, students should:
During this class, students will learn:
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In 2006, I received my Journalism degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and am currently back at ASU pursuing a Master's degree in American Media and Popular Culture. After earning my Bachelor's degree, I fell into the marketing industry and immediately fell in love with social media's power to revolutionize the way brands communicate and build relationships with customers.
I have spent more than three years as a communications specialist and freelance social media marketing consultant. I am proficient in social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. Along with my current position, I'm also working as the Chase Field Real-Time Correspondent for Major League Baseball and Interning in the Team NFL program at United Way.
This class hasn't been reviewed yet.