Credits: 3 credits
Students think critically about the challenges and opportunities of community in the digital era. Through a survey of research in the fields of social media, students consider the effects of our networked culture on media participation, as well as consumer and civic engagement. Students consider the current state of digital media creation and consumption and propose and develop engaging social media strategies that help users connect, create and provide digital content for intended publics.
Prerequisites: Completion of 45 credits in any discipline
Note: Students cannot receive credit for both CMNS 3210 and CMNS 3211
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