Monthly Archives: October 2015

Advice on using social media professionally & personally from @UFJSchool grad @Lauren_Alexa — Skyping into #JOU3109 on Thursday

Looking forward to having @UFJSchool grad Lauren Gonzalez join us in class Thursday — Skyping in from NYC — to talk about using social media professionally and personally. As a student, Lauren was ahead of the pack in her use … Continue reading

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Prepare for #JOU3109 news release labs — read Chap. 13 & write Boo at the Zoo news release

Writing news releases will be the focus for Labs 11, 12 and 13. In lecture on Oct. 27, we’ll talk about the content and format for writing a news release. Be prepared: Read “Writing for Public Relations” (Chap. 13) in … Continue reading

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Lecture on Oct. 20 addresses challenges & ethical issues of your own reporting for #JOU3109 EHST Lab 9 story and for future reporting assignments

Lab 9 provides you with the opportunity to try out many of the skills you’ve been developing this semester: Finding a story idea Pitching your story idea Finding sources for your story Interviewing sources and taking notes Writing a story … Continue reading

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Advice from #JOU3109 alums for making the most of your UF/CJC experience

What great advice the JOU3109 alums offered on Tuesday. After their presentation, I thought, “I wish I had a recording of the panel to share with other students.” They offered advice on student organizations and internships and explained the steps that … Continue reading

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Exam One tomorrow (Thursday) in #JOU3109 — use study advice handout to help you prepare

Reminder that Exam One will be during class on Thursday, Oct. 15 (tomorrow). Use the study advice handout that Mr. Shumate and I prepared to assist you in reviewing for the exam. exam1_study_advice_F15 The exam will be 50 multiple-choice items — … Continue reading

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