A Day in My Life in Social Media
This was my first assignment for Quinnipiac University‘s Social Media Platforms course, with Professor Eleanor Hong. I had not made a video in years and was anxious to get it right. This was also the first time in several years that I had taken any sort of a class where I would be receiving a grade.
This class was the first of three for Social Media Certification. Or it can count as an elective for Masters’ Degree in Communications with a Social Media concentration. As of the original writing of this blog post, I was not sure whether I wished to continue all the way to a Masters’ Degree.
I need not have worried about this grade. And, it turned out, I need not have worried about nearly all of my grades in the Social Media Platforms class.
So you tell me – which one do you think is the better video? I handed in the shorter one.
I think this second video rambles too much, it jumps back and forth a lot, plus I missed a few things, as I mentioned above.
But these are, essentially, the social media hangouts that I go to the most. And of course neither video takes into consideration the non-social media work that I do on computers, such as reading homework, fiction writing and editing, and dealing with the ever-present onslaught of email.