In this week’s Public Relations Applications class, we are discussing communication for PR practitioners. Here are the slides I will use:
I don’t have your email but a colleague, @chapmandavid , forwarded me suggestions for your question on TW yesterday:
1. Extension/increase of/in “community” of the classroom (especially if it extends beyond class time).
2. Response and class participation.
3. Method to help facilitate group projects.
4. Captures and involves nonverbal students who are(!) interested.
1. Distracting for some students, whether in classroom or as an outside assignment.
2. Some may not have technology available (depends on the institution, relative wealth of student body).
3. Loss of control of task, if in classroom (side Twittering going on).
4. Usage of grammar/citations/sourcing in 140 character streams.
5. Unmotivated or technically-challenged students.
I’m confused as to what the exact assignment is, could you clarify? Are we supposed to blog about PR practioners in general?
nice summary for this subjects regarding pr studies!
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