UTS Stopping Misinformation Means Fixing Relationship BW Journalism And PR Replies
Each student prepares a PowerPoint presentation critiquing a current news story for its key characteristics, then records a 4-minute video on Flipgrid on PR Placement and Public Perceptions. Each student also participates in an online discussion about the role of PR practitioners in placing content and the role of PR in shaping public perceptions, and records 2 additional videos commenting on 2 other student presentations
Marks are awarded for engagement (actively listening) to other students’ presentations recorded on Flipgrid so that you can make at meaningful comments on at least 2 other students’ videos.
Your comments should focus on the potential input by public relations practitioners to the story, and the potential impact of the story upon public perception and behavior.
There will be some class time in Week 8 Class 2 to record your comments after watching some of the Flipgrid videos submitted by other students. These comments are due by 11.59pm Sunday 2 May).
Online discussion thread:
On the class Flipgrid page, each student should record at least 2 meaningful comments on two other student presentations. If other students have already commented on a video, you may respond to the points raised in other students’ comments as well as you own views on the story.
Each student must record 2 two-minute comments, with at least one comment responding to comments made by another student. Total length of comments: 4 minutes per student.
Evaluate their views on PR placement and Public perception, and whether you agree with your own views.
I need two two minutes of speeches for two students.