This subject introduces students to the risks and opportunities afforded to professional communicators by social media. The social and semantic web disrupts institutions and institutional practice. Consequently, communication professionals in all aspects of the field need to know what social media are emerging, who uses social media, the tools available to analyse social media communications, and the policy and legal implications that arise in their use. Emerging practices, such as participation literacy, are examined to drive effective production and consumption of communication in the professions.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Apply a system of knowledge and strategic thinking to the analysis of the risks and opportunities associated with social media communications, be competent in the application of participation literacy to opportunities and the legal and policy knowledge to avoid the risks in their professional communications
2. Demonstrate leadership in professional and intellectual discussions, initiative in undertaking new lines of inquiry and small-group teamwork in preparing content and activities for a group learning and training experience.
3. Demonstrate high levels of written, interpersonal, oral and public and social media presentation skills consistent with those of advanced professionals.
4. Demonstrate high levels of personal responsibility, professional ethics and standards of behaviour expected of advanced professionals in the field of communication.
|Withdraw – Financial?||13/02/2021|
|Withdraw – Academic?||06/03/2021|