It's been an excellent AY so far in 22-23. Here are excerpts from student emails and course surveys:
Dear Dr. Jordan: I wanted to email you to say that I love being in your class this Spring. I learned a lot of information about digital marketing [...] I enjoyed the assignments, especially the podcast project since that was very fun. I also enjoyed reading and interacting with my classmates' discussion posts. I would very much love to see you again for the Fall term for the digital content creation course, especially since I enjoyed this class and I love the way you structured it. Anyway, thank you again for such a fun and amazing Spring term! Best, S.V.
Thank you Dr. Jordan. I really enjoyed this semester, and I learned so much from this course. Thank you for being available and willing to provide assistance and meaningful feedback. R. S.
Hi Dr. Jordan,
I just wanted to say thank you for an incredible semester! I learned a lot in this course and was able to greatly expand my skill set, and I hope to take more courses with you in the future. Best, P.S.
#1: The JREM 516 is my favorite course so far because I have learned some tools that I feel can help me in my current job. This course feels hands on and real world applicable. The simulation that we did in this course has been the most fun assignment. I was able to try out new things and test to see what works and what does not when it comes to social media. It was a great way to learn about the details of multiple platforms.
#2: JREM 516 is my favorite because I have been taught a lot of tips and tricks to use as a digital creator and they have helped me with my current internship that I have.
#3: Digital Content Creation was hands-on, which is the best learning style for me. The Stukent simulator was a great way to get experience making decisions for social media without pressure. This lets you truly experiment with different ideas, strategies etc.
#4: Classes like Digital Content Creation have great simulation projects that are extremely useful. Even if the data is not exactly what you would experience in the real world, the process of thinking through how to get data and what data should drive decisions is great preparation for what I need to know to succeed in this field.