Sometimes, when one door closes, another door opens.
It's not as simple as it sounds.
One of the units I'm taking this trimester is titled 'Understanding Public Policy', so I thought I would share a secret with you.
I created a video about crowdfunding and democracy. It was my first real step into the world of digital media making so here are some things I learned along the way.
I have been thinking about museums and social media a lot lately, so I did a bit of brainstorming. Here are the things I came up with.
Whether or not slacktivists are legitimate activists, it is essential that public relations practitioners pay attention to them. Here's why.
A century ago, Australia faced a truly defining moment in its history of democracy... without social media.
University discussion boards vs. social media for student engagement - Which one do you think is most effective?
It's a common assumption that we use social media as a tool to project our already formed, static identities to the world (Cover 2014, p.55). However, contemporary theorists argue that rather than being like a light that radiates from a core ‘self’, identity is formed and shaped by the actions and interactions we have with … Continue reading My online self: performance or projection?
What you say online is important, but what are you actually doing?