COM 315 - Social Media: Uses and Implications
 
(3 cr.) A major part of the media environment is now created by what was formerly called the audience. This course examines the rise of social media, its effects on social interaction and the ways in which it can be used most effectively. Participants move beyond technical proficiency to become critical and effective users of a range of social media platforms, and learn how to foster and manage communities online. The course requires significant participation in class and online, as well as the creation of media and writing on the Web. Prerequisite: MSS 101; Every Year, All
 
Sessions

Spring 2014   |   Fall 2014