Tag Archives: Best of PRCA 3330

Featured Student Post: GSU Botanical Gardens Rhythm & Brews

8 Nov

This week’s featured student post highlights an event taking place this Friday, November 12, 2010, at Georgia Southern University’s Botanical Gardens.  If you are over 21 and enjoy good food, good wine, good music, and good company then this is a must attend event!

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Featured Student Post-Facebook’s Privacy Scandals

27 Oct

This week’s featured student post deals with Facebook and the sites recent issues regarding user privacy settings.  Most college students have a Facebook account so this post is another must read!

Is There an Age Limit to Facebook?

12 Jul

This weeks featured PRCA 3330 student blog post, Is There an Age Limit to Facebook?, comes from Ashley Rich’s blog.  I found this post to be highly entertaining and I loved the different types of users who are described.  I have seen parents who disclose way too much information on Facebook than their child would have liked shared. 

Enjoy courtesy of Ashley!

Great SMNR’s

10 Jul

Students in PRCA3330 were required to complete a blog post describing and entailing what goes into creating a Social Media News Release.  Here are a few that I thought really stood out:

Social Media News Releases–Maggie Crowley

Social Media News Release: Final Project–Hillary Robinson

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10 Cool Facts about Social Media

7 Jul

This weeks featured PRCA 3330 student blog post, 10 Cool Facts about Social Media, comes from Ansley Woodard’s blog.  I found this post to be very interesting and I even learned a few facts about social media that I didn’t know.

Fake Twitter Accounts

2 Jul

his weeks featured PRCA 3330 student blog post, A Fake Twitter Account, comes from Abby McConnell’s blog.  I found this post to be highly entertaining and I even began following the fake account just to see what it was about.  Needlesstosay I like it a lot!

How to LEAD

1 Jul

This weeks featured PRCA 3330 student blog post, TOW 4, comes from Lauren O’Sullivan’s blog.  I found this post to be very informative to students on the various types of leads that can be generated in writing.  I love that Lauren shows that there is more than on way to lead.