writ350 | undergraduate
Writing For Social Media
This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain how blogs began and why they remain a popular form of social media.
- Identify the different kinds of blogs and bloggers in social media.
- Analyze the ways that blogging differs from other kinds of writing.
Microblogging and Tweeting
- Describe the relationship of microblogging to blogging and tweeting.
- Demonstrate the differences in writing for microblogging and writing for other forms of social media.
- Analyze the positive and negative effects of Twitter and other forms of microblogging on individuals and businesses.
Wikis and Internet Forums
- Compare wikis and Internet forums.
- Identify the positive and negative aspects of wikis and Internet forums.
Podcasts and Vlogs
- Identify the considerations when writing for podcasts and scripting vlogs.
- Explain the advantages of using podcasts and/or vlogs in a business or educational setting.
Introduction to Social Media
- Define social media.
- Compare the different types of social media.
- Explain the influence of social media on modern culture.
- Analyze business Facebook pages to determine tactics used to create business.
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