AECM 3434: Utilizing Social Media for Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

3 Credits

The convergence of multiple forms of media, newspaper, video, radio, and photojournalism on the internet is impacting how we communicate complicated scientific issues related to topics such as food safety, agricultural production, and good stewardship of natural resources, and social media have been found to play a critical role in shaping science literacy. Because of the increasing presence of social media in our everyday lives, agriculturists are challenged with how to best package these complex scientific topics to increase science literacy through social media networks. This course aims to provide agriculturists who possess a strong background and understanding of food, agriculture and natural resource sciences with the skills needed to communicate these complex topics to audiences across social media platforms.

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