Info. card post example
Your info card should be a shareable image which you embed here. Add extra information that your reader should have. This must include reference to the reports/datasets used and where possible should include links. Embed your links like this one to the Reuters Digital News Report website.
As part of CMN3102B (winter 2018), students at the University of Ottawa are compiling information about the use of social media by Canadians. In groups students have been asked to explore how use of specific social media site is related to variables such as age, gender, income, etc.. They are also creating “info. cards” which briefly summarize usage statistics by platform and/or by region. Stay tuned for more information about the project and to see the results!
How did Trump win?
(cross-posted) Trump broke the mould which makes it difficult for political scientists and strategists alike to understand the dynamics of his win. But conveniently, when we say “how did he win?” we actually mean, “how did I miss this?” This is a question we are much better equipped to answer. …
The Canadian Open Dialogue Community #CODF16
Top thinkers (and doers) in Canada’s #opengov (open government) space are meeting in Ottawa for the Open Dialogue Forum March 31st and April 1st, 2016. Not surprisingly, given the audience, the Twitter chat was on point. …
Opinion leaders, influence and communication technologies
This winter I am working with 6 graduate students to create a collection of stories about influence in politics, business and entertainment today. We are using current day examples to better understand theories of influence. Stay tuned for stories coming to you in French and English.
Swivel chairs, the Olsen twins and, chatting with strangers
I was eight and the Olsen twins were eleven. So wise. So adventurous. So inspirational. Eight, remember. A few months before, a big box with cow spots all over it had arrived at our house in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was a new computer, and this one was more than…