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Summer 2007 Class PR Blogs

This summer, all my classes are mini-mesters. Think about it. A class that usually takes 15 weeks, all packed into five weeks … pretty much in class all day.

Well, despite the flurry of activity all packed into five weeks, we will still be blogging. In fact, we will be video blogging. Yeppers! More on that later.

This is the complete list. Students began blogging today, so please check in and comment. They will appreciate your support.


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  2. Thank you, Stephen, Chris and Karen.

    They will make their introductory posts later today. Expect to see three posts per week, primarily focused on PR.

    The first posts will be on assigned topics. Then, the students will branch out into their own areas of interest.

  3. Robert,

    Thank you for doing such a fantastic job in educating students on the beauty of blogging and PR. I used to have the joy of blogging with Tara Smith for Marqui, and your students were regular visitors. We’re both gone from there now, but each of us is in the PR and blogosphere realm still.

    I am doing some exciting new work on SEMPR (Search Engine Marketing-based PR) in conjunction with a local SEM firm, and am having the time of my life. The results have been pretty amazing. I’d be happy to share some specifics with your classes if ever you’re interested.

    I look forward to reading your blog and the Marcom Blog over the summer (and beyond) to hear what your students are thinking.



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