My “Media Aesthetics” students worked with students from Elizabeth Jacobs’s “Social Psychology” class, where students wrote editorials and designed infographics about cognitive dissonance. My students helped the psychology students with their drafts, then chose essays they thought had a good chance of going viral, and used WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and Hootsuite to publicize those selections.
How Facebook and Twitter control what you see about Ferguson
I Made Cheerful Maze Game in Scratch
Technical and Literary Writing: What’s the difference? « Dekonztruktschon
How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled
The Measure of a Man (ST:TNG Rewatch, Season 2, Episode 9)
Snow White: The Musical Opens Friday