• If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Want to get organized in 2022? Let Dokkio put your cloud files (Drive, Dropbox, and Slack and Gmail attachments) and documents (Google Docs, Sheets, and Notion) in order. Try Dokkio (from the makers of PBworks) for free. Available on the web, Mac, and Windows.

View
 

SMCEDU - GW Chapter

Page history last edited by Cathryn Sitterding 12 years, 5 months ago

The #SMCEDU project seeks to ensure that graduates from every college/university are media literate and are able to competently understand and apply the emerging lessons from social media in organizations. It has always been the goal of Social Media Club to create what I think of as a "path to professionalism" for citizen journalists, story tellers, video producers, communications professionals and engineers.

 

We will support existing social media education efforts such as PR Open Mic, Classroom 2.0, Social Media Classroom and others while also seeking to coordinate efforts with school administrators and local professionals.  Key to our success will be connecting the local Social Media Club groupsmore closely with their local universities to co-create a combination of mentoring programs, internships, professional development opportunities and a repository of Creative Commons licensed Social Media curriculum. As such, we are seeking local Social Media Club chapters with existing professors and ties to local schools to join our efforts to create some pilot programs.

 

We'll collaborate with Georgetown University as they begin to build their own SMCEDU project. Our POC is Renee Goldman. Nicole Morales and Renee recently spoke about steps we'll take:

  • Once Georgetown creates their SMCEDU charter, Renee will post it here on our wiki -- and hopefully we can use it as a model.
  • Until the groups are stood up, students can be recruited to participate in the SMC-DC.
  • We'll work together on developing a panel of experts to "debate" the value of social media... some believers and some non-believers... as the first SMCEDU-GWU event.

 

Goals

  1.  

Charter

 

 

 

SMCEDU - GW Members

Each SMCEDU chapter will have one professional sponsor, one faculty sponsor, and of course, the student representatives. 

 

Professional Sponsor

Steve Radick

 

Faculty Sponsor

Sean Aday, Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs and International Affairs

 

Resources

 

Meeting Minutes

 

 

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.