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Category Archives: Social Media
In the spring semester 2018, I am offering a course on social media research at VCU. In the course “MASC 591 – Social Media Research,” I will develop and carry out research projects with graduate and qualified undergraduate students to … Continue reading →
Last week, I wrote an op-ed for Fortune Magazine about the 280-character expansion by Twitter, President Donald Trump and the potential implications for international affairs. You can read it the article here.
This fall semester, I will be offering two social media classes at VCU: MASC 496 – Mobile and Social Media Journalism and HONR 398 – Social Media Research. Advance registration starts on March 28.
This summer, I am offering two online classes at the VCU Robertson School of Media and Culture. The courses “MASC/INTL 151 – Global Communication” and “MASC 291 – Global Health and Social Media” will both be offered online over five … Continue reading →
Below you can download my presentation from the Foundations Course at the Social Media for Nonprofits Conference on May 4 in Richmond. It includes starter tips for nonprofits as well as links to pro-bono opportunities. “Social Media for Nonprofits” (Foundation Course)
On May 4, I’ll be offering a foundations workshop at the Social Media for Nonprofits Conference of ConnectVA. The conference targets nonprofits, government and community-based organizations in Virginia. The foundations workshop will give an overview on social media channels and strategies … Continue reading →
I am offering two award-winning classes this fall semester that will focus on the presidential election. If you’re following the current primary election races, you probably have an idea how exciting the fall campaign is going to be. So, get … Continue reading →
Here is a great opportunity to engage in social media and develop campaigns for nonprofit clients in Central Virginia. The Robertson School is offering its Social Media Institute again this summer, which is open to all undergraduate and graduate majors. … Continue reading →
After being one of the leading and most popular social media platforms for years, Twitter is losing ground to newer platforms like Instagram and Snapchat and is seeing its own growth stall. I was interviewed by the Associated Press on Twitter’s … Continue reading →
Over the last few weeks, I have been interviewed several times by CBS 6 and 8NEWS in Richmond on the safe and responsible use of social media and mobile apps by teenagers. You can view the news reports below.