Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, and other social media platforms are fun and provide hours of entertainment. But how can you use these platforms to successfully brand yourself and represent the best you? Learn how in this interactive, 2-part series with Dr. Erin Laverick, Assistant Vice President of Academics at Concordia University Ann Arbor.
- Use social media etiquette
- Analyze social media posts to determine if it follows social media etiquette and the intent vs impact on an audience
- Revise your own social media posts through a rhetorical lens
WHO CAN ATTEND:
Spots are limited to 30 people! You are encouraged to register as soon as possible to secure a spot in this interactive, 2-part webinar series. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who might be interested.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Erin Laverick has 19 years of experience in higher education and has held various roles: Director of the University of Findlay’s Intensive English Program, Chair of the University of Findlay’s the Department of Language and Culture, and now is the Assistant Vice President of Academics at Concordia University Ann Arbor.
Concordia University Ann Arbor is a Lutheran university located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. With more than 40 academic degree programs offered, the School of Arts & Sciences is the largest of CUAA’s four academic schools.
Students who enjoy this series may be interested in Concordia University Ann Arbor’s BA in Digital Media Design major. It prepares students to create products in a digital and electronic format and provides foundational skills in social media design and communication, web design, 3D printing and much more. There are 2 emphasis to choose from: Social Media or Communication.