PR Education

Spring 2016 Auburn PR Final Projects :: Digital Resumes and Portfolios

Here they are, the digital resumes and portfolios from Spring 2016. Students created these sites from HTML5/CSS3 templates and edited / modified them using Adobe Creative Cloud along with many other software packages. Also, they created a magazine, brochure or interactive PDF, video tutorial, social media release, blog and many other elements. Rather than just create a simple resume, the students also included work product

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Can Involvement in PROpenMic Lead to a Job? :: Allie Osmar's Success Story

Shared from my post to the front page of PROpenMic My goal in starting PROpenMic, the social network for students & faculty, was to provide a resource that would help all of us. I’m happy to report one particular success story from that site. I’m looking for others, too. So, if you have such a story, please share it in the comments or write

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Live Blogging the Edelman / PR Week Education Summit in Chicago

In Chicago for the Edelman / PR Week 2008 edition of the Education Summit on New Media and PR. I brought my laptop with webcam, as well as my Flip camera and cell phone for Utterz. I’m going to try and use the


Spring 2008 Student Digital Resumes and Portfolios

As we enter Summer 2008, I realized I forgot to post the eportfolio, or as we refer to them – resumes & portfolios – from my most recent classes. So, here they are. They’ve been cross-posted at PR Prospects, the site I started to promote our wonderful Auburn University PR majors. Please check out the most recent group from Spring semester. They are a

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HighEdWebDev Conference Over, Now Off To Connect UGA

Wednesday I was fortunate to participate in a presentation with some great people in Rochester, NY at the HighEdWebDev conference. However, I was in Auburn, Ala. I joined the group via Skype. The occasion was Dimitri Glazkov and Jeff Keeton‘s session Post-Conference Workshop 2.0. Thanks for inviting me, guys. I joined, among others, “Web 2.0’s uncle Chris FactoryJoe Messina” for the approximately 20 minute

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