Spring 2017 Semester Courses
103-601 Social Media for the Beginner
Learn about social media outlets, how to set up an individual page and how to manage information shared on sites. Some sites that may be explored include LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Snapfish, Live Essentials, Caring Bridge and Care Page. This course will provide the beginner with plenty of hands-on lab time to feel comfortable setting up an account, managing account information, and uploading pictures and information. Knowledge of basic file and folder management required. This course is intended to be hands-on with classroom instruction on setting up accounts. In order to set up a Facebook account, Facebook requires a cell phone that allows you to receive text messages to confirm your account. All other social media sites can confirm your account via email. It is recommended that you have a cell phone and the ability to remotely access your email accounts to confirm these accounts to gain the most from this course.
Sections this Semester
Offering number: 103-601-001
Prerequisite(s): 103-410 Windows Beginner or 103-459 Windows Beginner or Associate Dean approval
Seats Open: 12
Instructor: Butler, Dwayne T