Technology & Communications
Number of Programs: 3
This course meets twice on campus in East Lansing, MI, with the remainder of the program online. Private New Media Training for businesses is also available.
This course is a new wave in education in which the student or small business team is fully engaged and learning through guided experience. After participants leave the New Media Driver's License® Seminars, they will have a strong, professional and optimized online presence. The participant will use digital marketing, develop content for blogs, write digital public relations (PR), master social media sites like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and YouTube, build community with customers, practice search engine optimization and search engine marketing, and understand how Google and Yahoo! search rankings impact the business bottom line.
Please see the current schedule on the Quello Center Events page.
The James and Mary Quello Center is focused on stimulating and informing debate on media, communication and information policy for our digital age. The Quello Center’s research often challenges taken-for-granted assumptions about the role of technology, policy and regulation in society. The Center’s researchers value collaboration across Michigan State University and with other centers of excellence focused on issues that arise from the political, social and economic visions and realities of the Internet and related technologies and policies of (un)networked localities, nations, and societies around the world. The Quello Center lectures bring invited speakers who address issues of digital communication and media in the political and social realm.
Upcoming lectures in April 2017 include:
- A Free Digital Society, a Quello Lecture by Richard Stallman (April 11, 2017)
- Maja Andjelkovic on Building Ecosystems for Digital Entrepreneurship (April 14, 2017)
- Connected Lives, a Quello Lecture by Barry Wellman (April 26, 2017)
Please see the current schedule at the website below.
MSU Union, East Lansing, MI
This lecture series offers students, faculty, staff and the Greater Lansing community the opportunity to grapple with important issues or questions in a trans-disciplinary format. The faculty panel will bring their unique research, teaching and writing experiences from a wide range of disciplines to explore contemporary and historical issues. Refreshments are provided.