Teaching

I am teaching primarily in the journalism program at VCU. In recent semesters, I have developed and taught classes on mobile and social media journalism, social media campaigns and leadership, global communication, global health and social media and social media research. My signature teaching projects have been the iPadJournos Mobile Newsroom (please watch the video below) and the IYLEP Social Media Institute.

In 2017, VCU honored me with its Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2015, I received a first-place award in the Best Practices in Teaching Competition of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) for my “Global Health and Social Media” open online course. I also won the Community Engagement Award for Teaching at VCU in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The College of Humanities and Sciences at VCU awarded me its Distinguished Teaching Award in 2016.

The following are syllabi and course materials from recently taught classes. They are updated every semester. Please e-mail for additional information on these classes.

Mobile and Social Media Journalism (MASC 496, Fall 2017; also see project page on WTVR.com)

VCU Votes Campaign (MASC 291, Fall 2016)

Social Media Institute (MASC 491/691 and IYLEP, Summer 2016)

Social Media and the Global Agenda (Spring 2016)

Global Communication (online course): MASC 151 Syllabus Spring 2016

Global Health and Social Media (MASC 291, Fall 2015; online course)

Social Media Research (graduate): MASC 591 Syllabus Spring 2015

Reporting for Print and Web: MASC 303 Syllabus Spring 2014

Social Media and the Presidential Race (HONR 398, Fall 2012)

Business of Media (online course): MASC 685 Syllabus Spring 2012

Research Methods: MASC 611 Syllabus Fall 2011

Convergence Law and Ethics (online course): MASC 646 Syllabus Fall 2009

Journalism Seminar: MASC 495 Syllabus Fall 2009

Online Journalism: MASC 642 Syllabus Summer 2009

 

Starting the #masc591 #socialmedia #research class today #VCU

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