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Create (or update) your LinkedIn profile to add to your online presence

Your summer to-do list should include: Create (or update) my LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn is a great, free social media tool that lets you have an online professional presence. When we discussed presenting yourself through a portfolio or online website, many … Continue reading

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Media law: Important to know for communications internships/jobs & for #JOU3109 Quiz 4

by Rich Shumate Multimedia Writing students need to be familiar with major facets of media law to guide and protect them as they work in the media. Chapter 14 in Writing and Reporting News goes into detail regarding many of … Continue reading

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Media law: Focus of March 31 #JOU3109 lecture & Quiz 4 on April 7

Journalistic writing style, commas and AP style are all important for you to know and demonstrate as someone going into the communications field. Also very important are the legal and ethics issues involved in communications work. We’re having two lectures … Continue reading

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Prepare for Lab 12’s news release in Thursday’s #JOU3109 lecture with Prof. Bridget Grogan, our client

We’re working with a client for the Lab 12 news release. You will be writing a news release about the College’s Summer Institute. Prof. Bridget Grogan is co-director for CJC SI and will be in lecture on March 24 to … Continue reading

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Prepare for job interviews with @UF_CRC’s Nadene Reynolds – live tweet & Quiz 3

A goal we’ve talked about starting on the first day of the course — helping you be competitive for internships and jobs in the communications field. Two upcoming lectures and Lab 13 are designed to help you with job readiness. … Continue reading

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