Howard University School of Communications Job Fair

On October 22nd I attended the Howard University career fair. Being that I was a freshman and I arrived during the heat of on site interviews I was unable to speak to many employers from my field. I spent some time learning about two programs at the University of Southern California. The recruiter and I… Continue reading Howard University School of Communications Job Fair

My Group Media Usage- Role 4

Link to the infographic: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NOAv10QUET_NGJzduJ0TnqbpSDbPdigkfQLOQYtcrt4/edit?usp=sharing Gaming in this group of students is by far the least popular medium. Most students did not game during their logging period except for one. However, print had very low numbers for our group. The group does not show any major trend in media usage. Each students most used media… Continue reading My Group Media Usage- Role 4

New Media and Learning,Communication, and Culture

New media has definitely changed the way we communicate, learn, and create culture. The younger generation absolutely does not communicate the same way the older generations did. This generation is a lot shorter with its conversation, although the commentary is still often extremely insightful. New media has also changed how we learn. Technology has definitely… Continue reading New Media and Learning,Communication, and Culture

The Credibility Challenge: Newsbusters and Quackwatch

Newsbusters What is the site’s top-level domain? .org  Is the site hosted using a free platform such as Geocities, Blogger/Blogspot, WordPress or Yahoo? no. What is the author’s education level? One news analyst for Newsbusters Matthew Balan has a college education. Does he or she have a degree?  Yes, a Bachelor’s degree. From what school? The… Continue reading The Credibility Challenge: Newsbusters and Quackwatch