Better understand your social network through these hands-on workshops.
Social media beginners and savvy users alike will benefit from hearing Dr. Marc Smith, of Connected Action, explain the value of a connection-focused perspective and provide easy-to-follow guidance on how to analyze a social network.
Network approaches can highlight patterns and reveal missing pieces, triggering a creative spark or a breakthrough idea.
- Wednesday, March 28 at 10 A.M., Weitz CEC 230/231
- Thursday, March 29 at 10 A.M., Weitz CEC 230/231
- Wednesday, March 28 at 2 P.M., Weitz CEC 230/231
- Thursday, March 29 at 2 P.M., Weitz CEC 201
All workshops are free and open to the public. Attendees should plan to participate in an introductory session before an advanced workshop. Limited complimentary parking will be available in the lot directly north of the Weitz CEC.
UNO undergraduate and graduate students will be able to continue exploring this subject after the workshops by collecting and analyzing creative network data at the UNO Social Media Lab.
This event is sponsored by the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media (CFAM) Cultural Enrichment Fund and the UNO Social Media Lab.
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