DIG 105 - Social Media
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
Social media consists of online tools that encourage people to interact with other individuals, companies, and brands and form communities by creating, publishing, and sharing content. As the diversity and influence of digital media platforms continue to increase in society, new technological and sociological challenges arise. Students in this course will study, utilize, and produce elements of interactive social media. Topics include: media definition and placement, social media campaigns, the basic psychology of communication in a constantly evolving social media world, and the impact of social media on society, communication, business, and culture. This course is grounded in both theory and practice. Class discussions take place in social cyberspaces and via face-to-face class interaction.
This course is required for Digital Media students and open to all students.
Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
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