30-40 different angles of the same object. Goblet Statue in Canterbury Village of Lake Orion, Feb. 26, 2016. Advertisements
Ice-kissed #jrn411 A post shared by Alanah Harper-Brecht (@alanahmichele13) on Feb 18, 2016 at 1:41pm PST
Snapchat–as weird as it sounds–is a growing site for journalism. Journalists can use snapchat to connect to younger audiences and give people instant news. Trying my own hand on snapchat, I attempted to give a guided tour of a lower level of the Oakland Center on my college campus, Oakland University. There are definitely fun… Continue reading Snapchat Journalism
Oakland University journalism student, Erin Ben-Moche, enjoys a brief moment outside near Bear Lake on campus on Feb. 8, 2016.
Digging into the psychology of online sharing, we can learn more about why we share the things that we do Looking back into my recent shares on my social media sites has me wondering why I feel inclined to post some things over others. In the article, The Psychology of How and Why we… Continue reading Sharing is Caring – Or is It?