by Hanna Cimperman, Senior Media & Social Change Major, Journalism Minor, Social Media Certificate As an incoming freshman, it's nearly impossible to understand the amount of opportunity that a college like Ohio University offers. Throughout high school, you’re told you can be a doctor, a lawyer, a teacher, a business person, etc. These are all great careers for many people, but none felt quite right for me.
By Mira Kuhar, certificate student coordinator By now, I’m sure you’ve heard the terms “analytics,” “data,” and “reporting” countless times when talking about social media. We all have a slight idea of what these things mean, but it’s difficult to truly understand them unless you’ve experienced them first hand. Dealing with analytics can seem like a daunting task; making sense of numbers and quantitative data of this nature can be confusing.
By Mira Kuhar, Social Media Certificate Student Coordinator Welcome back, Bobcats! I hope you all had a fantastic holiday break and are looking forward to a great spring semester. We have all survived week one and are ready to relax during a nice three day weekend.
By Mira Kuhar, certificate student coordinator This past week, the certificate reached a milestone that I am insanely proud of. We would like to officially announce that we have hit 200 enrolled students! As the student coordinator and an enrolled student myself, it has been rewarding to see how the certificate has grown and matured over the past few years.
By Erica Stonehill, PR Intern at the Ohio University Division of Student Affairs Managing the social media accounts of a university division can be intimidating at times. Not only am I representing Ohio University through each tweet I program or photo I upload to Instagram, but there are at the very least 3,600 people seeing those posts. That leaves a lot of room for error and even more room for criticism.