Can large organisations really connect with their publics on social media?
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?