I’ll be doing the Poynter live chat thing at 1pm EDT today over there.
Please, show up, ask some questions, share some success stories, and add to the conversation.
[UPDATE: Wow, that was awesome. Thanks to everyone who showed up, and to Ellyn, Mallary, and everyone else at Poynter for hosting and inviting me. The above link will take you to the archived replay of the chat – check it out.]
The question at hand: What Are Practical Ways to Teach Social Media Skills in Journalism School?
I have a few ideas, and I’m going to focus on some story assignment and niche coverage ideas based on what I wrote recently about my Five Keys to Authenticity for journalists getting into social media, but I’d really love to hear what you have to say, especially if you have a success (or failure) story to share.
Check it out and join the conversation, or read through the archive if you can’t make it today at 1 eastern.
I’m going to put together a few links for reference here using an open teaching social media tag in Publish2: