Looking back to when this wild journey began, I can’t help but to look back and remember all the “green” minds nervously awaiting their plunge into the world of social media and blogging. With no clear direction, other than the proposed topic that was up for discussion, I remember thinking how the heck we were […]

Blankety, Blankety, BLANK (Reflection is hard, but unlike boating school, I actually feel like I learned a lot) Instead of my usual verbose blog format, I’m just going to make a list of reflection points, observations, and major things that I’ve learned in IS6621 I love isys6621.com – When I type in “i” into Google Chrome, […]

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I can officially say that I’m a Twitter connoisseur! Well, not really. But this class has definitely been a learning experience, one that has given me an appreciation for the various stunning ways that tech changes the way we do business and live our daily lives. This final blog has easily been the hardest to […]

Nicaragua Documentary Experience in Light of @tarakane36 ‘s “Service Done for Social Media“ This past March, I was fortunate enough to travel with 14 student nurses and faculty members from the Connell School of Nursing to Nueva Vida Clinic in Ciudad Sandino, Nicaragua, just outside the city of Managua.  Paul Dagnello (Senior Digital Media Producer for the […]

It’s kind of funny how this is the first blog where we were given clear directions on what to focus on, yet I have been sitting at my computer contemplating writing for the past 45 minutes. I guess at this point I’ve become so accustomed to researching and creating blog topics that a well-focused discussion […]

Before I get into my final thoughts on #IS6621, I need to remind you guys about something. Alright, now that we got that out of the way, I never in a million years would have thought that I would be upset that I am about to write my final blog post for the semester. Usually […]