Advanced New Media

Designing and building websites at the University of Wyoming

2 Extra Credit Surveys

Hi Class,

If you complete a short online survey, you will receive 3 points of extra credit to your final grade. See the information below. Each one is worth 3 points.

Dr. Landreville

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1. Smartphones and face-to-face communication

We are interested in information regarding the ways the use of your smartphone has an impact on your face-to-face communication with close friends.

You are asked to participate in a survey.  The survey will take approximately three to five minutes for participants to complete.  You will be asked questions about your smart phone use, and how you are effected by your close friends using their smart phone while interacting in a face-to-face communication with you.  Your participation is voluntary.

Please follow the link below to participate in the survey:

https://qtrial2015az1.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6PAa3M3xkzaf2AZ (Links to an external site.)

Researchers:

Kayla Bish
Sarae Dydo
Gabrielle Gibson
Hannah Robinson

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2.

Fellow UW students,
We are Shelby Garstad, Alexander Landt and Kristine Jackson. As students enrolled in COJO 3070 – Communication Research, we must complete a research paper in the style of those found in academic journals.

Our chosen topic is the perceptions and stereotypes attributed to bearded men at the University of Wyoming. As part of our research project we are comparing our results to those obtained by two UW professors in the 1970s.

To complete our research, we are asking for UW students between the ages of 18 and 24 to complete our survey by following the included hyperlink below. The survey takes only 5-7 minutes to complete, and every completed survey contributes immensely to the success of our research.

Your voluntary participation means a great deal to us. Best of luck for an enjoyable remainder of the semester!

Thank you for your time,
Shelby Garstad, Alexander Landt & Kristine Jackson

Summer Multimedia Internship at Pew Research Center

Organization Overview

Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research in the areas of U.S. politics and policy views; media and journalism; internet and technology; religion and public life; Hispanic trends; global attitudes and U.S. social and demographic trends. Pew Research Center does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Pew Research Center’s work is carried out by a staff of 130.

Position Summary

The summer internship is a paid internship opportunity during the summer of 2015 (beginning in May or June 2015) for undergraduate students in their junior or senior year, recent college graduates, or graduate level students with an interest in digital video journalism. The Multimedia Intern will work to create visually compelling digital content to disseminate Pew Research Center’s findings and analysis to its key target audiences. Working under the supervision of the Art Director, they will help to conceptualize and create compelling ways to disseminate Center research through video, motion graphics, data visualization and animation.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Create fast-turnaround, high-quality video and motion-graphics products that adhere to Center design and data standards, for distribution via multiple channels including the Pew Research web site, social media, partner web sites, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
  • Act as primary production resource for all phases of video production, including shooting, audio engineering, lighting and editing at Pew Research and remote locations
  • Provide guidance to other staff on fundamentals of video production
  • Work with other members of digital and communications teams to measure the success of multimedia offerings via analysis of web and social media analytics

Education/Training /Experience

  • Experience with all phases of creating high quality video, motion graphics or other multimedia products in a news or academic environment

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

  • Excellent editorial judgment and proven ability to create high quality digital video products
  • Interest in data journalism and presentation, and exacting standards to maintain accuracy in all work products
  • Knowledge of digital video cameras, audio and lighting principles
  • Experience with digital editing and motion-graphics software (FinalCut, AfterEffects, Motion, etc.) and knowledge of digital video compression and rendering standards
  • Knowledge of social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc.) and interest in using social media for content distribution and marketing
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

Application Procedure

Applicant should send a résumé, cover letter (indicating where you learned of the opening) and portfolio/demo-reel links to careers@pewresearch.org. Responses can also be mailed to:

Human Resources Department
Pew Research Center
1615 L Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC  20036

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Internships at UW

Nick Popplewell of UW Athletics needs some social media and marketing interns for fall.

UW Media Relations (Milton Ontiveroz) needs one intern.

iMix 96.7 needs an intern for sales.

Summer Journalism at NYU

Summer Journalism at NYU is an experience you won’t forget. We have a variety of classes for pre-college and college students, and one graduate multimedia production course, which is the course we are highlighting this week.

The Story We See is a four-week intensive multimedia class that is perfect for anyone wanting to improve or solidify their skills. You’ll report, shoot, edit, and publish a complete multimedia story. Two, actually. Taught by the highly experienced Adrian Mihai, it’s faced-paced, hands-on, hard work and–by student accounts–very memorable and rewarding.

Regarding other courses, this summer we’ve added three new ones to our already diverse line-up–Sports!, The Profilers, and a classic from our regular academic year, The Beat, with a long-time favorite professor, Frank Flaherty, which runs as a special 9-week course. First session courses start May 26 and second session courses run from July 7 to August 13.

Visit our website for a list of all the courses offered and to find out more about the program. Still have questions? Check out our FAQs, contact us at summer.journalism@nyu.edu, or connect with us on Facebook! Like our page to interact with current and prospective students, ask questions, and to keep up with the latest news about Summer Journalism.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters: Outreach/Marketing Coordinator Job or Internship

Big Brothers Big Sisters is now accepting resumes for a full-time benefitted Outreach/Marketing Coordinator (This could also be a paid internship). Duties include: Marketing through print and oral media, assisting in social media, web page design and assisting with special events. Outreach duties include volunteer and youth recruitment and retention and community outreach. Person must be passionate about our mission, enjoy public speaking and have some knowledge of graphic design. This is an AmeriCorps opportunity. $5645 Educational Award available. 1 year requirement. Starts September 1st 2015. E-mail resume and cover letter to Barbara@wyobbbs.org.

This is a great opportunity for currently enrolled or recently graduated students to get hands-on experience coordinating marketing efforts at a local non-profit agency.

Learning opportunities will include:

  • Creating brochures, flyers, advertisements, and other various marketing materials
  • Planning and implanting marketing techniques
  • Capturing program participant stories
  • Coordinating the Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters social media presence
  • Taking part in various community service activities
  • Supporting other staff and assisting in other duties as assigned
  • Understanding the business functions of a non-profit

Please let me or Barbara Humphreys (Barbara@wyobbbs.org) know if you have any questions!

Thank you!

Robin Rasmussen

AmeriCorps Marketing and Outreach

Big Brothers Big Sisters

robin@wyobbbs.org

(307) 742-2227

Videographer Needed

Ariana Hahl, is currently a Vocal Performance major and will be holding her junior recital next month. I am looking for someone willing to videotape the entire recital and produce a solid DVD for me that she could use in promotional materials down the road. I am not expecting a professional-quality DVD, but do expect editing and a touched-up final product to be proud of. The particulars:

  • Recital is Saturday, April 18, 3:00 at the Buchanan Center for Performing Arts at UW – would need to be there early enough to set up
  • Mandatory attendance to 1-2 dress rehearsals to ensure placement of equipment, sound, etc. is performance-ready – date and time TBD
  • Fee negotiable, depending on experience

If anyone is interested, please have them email me at mysmile92@yahoo.com (cc’d above) or call me at 832.803.8562. I certainly do appreciate your willingness to help get the word out. I am attaching a flier — – please join us at her recital!  Thanks

April R. Hahl, MHRM, SPHR | Senior HR Business Partner
Baker Hughes | Pressure Pumping
Office: 832.559.4450 | Fax: 307.224.4187
Cell: 713.540.0210 | april.hahl@bakerhughes.com
http://www.bakerhughes.com | Advancing Reservoir Performance

No Labels

No Labels is an organization dedicated to resolving the gridlock in Congress by helping Democrats, Republicans, and Independents reach across the aisle and work together. Our goal is to create a new politics of problem-solving by asking that representatives from all parties sit down and discuss solving problems, by working from a common set of goals. Currently, we have over seventy members of Congress who support our mission, as well as the goals presented in our National Strategic Agenda.

While the national organization itself has made a significant amount of progress, we believe that student leaders are the key towards ensuring this movement makes a visible impact in the near future. For this reason, we are attempting to establish college chapters all across the nation that would work to further the goals of our organization. So far, we have set up just over 60 college chapters nationwide, and we would love to have The University of Wyoming join that list.

Student’s who start chapters on university campuses will have the opportunity to participate in a month long internship in New Hampshire this summer, as well as to return for a National Conference on Oct. 5th of this year. This incredible opportunity is a tremendous segway into working in political organizing and campaigning, and provides students with an opportunity to affect real change in American Politics. We hope that students at The University of Wyoming would like to be a part of that change!

If you know of any students who would be interested in starting a No Labels chapter on The University of Wyoming’s campus, please have them email me at spencer.carnes@nolabels.org, so I can give them further information about what exactly this endeavor entails.

To learn more about our organization and what we stand for, click on the following link: http://www.nolabels.org/whoweare

If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out and send me an email!

Sincerely,

Spencer Carnes

Colorado State Director

No Labels

spencer.carnes@nolabels.org

(303)-502-6747

Layout and Positioning Strategies

Ch. 11: Layout and Positioning: Arranging Elements

 

***Remember that you can view the source code (html) and css of each layout that is linked below. Right-click, “View source” or “View page source”, and see the html. To view the css, click the css linked on the html code (code reads href = “starbuzz.css” or some version of that). ***

 

***It is fine for you to mimic and copy the layout strategies below.***

 

Understanding the “flow” of elements — pp. 472-478

Floating elements as a layout strategy — pp. 479-482.

1. Reformatting the Starbuzz web page to a two-column web page using the floating strategy — pp. 483-500.

2. The jello layout — pp. 500-503.

3. Absolute positioning — pp. 503-509.

4. CSS table display layout — pp. 510-520.

Review of CSS layout strategies — pp. 521-522

Floating images in a header — pp. 523-527.

Using absolute positioning for an image — pp. 527-529.

Fixed positioning — pp. 530-536.

Relative positioning — p. 536

Divs and Spans

Ch. 10: Divs and Spans

Understanding “divs” are divisions — pp. 413-425

Computing width and total width for boxes — pp. 426-430

Adding padding, margin, and background images. Centering elements within a div — pp. 431-434

Adjusting heading colors and line-height for divs — pp. 435-441

CSS shortcuts — pp.442-445

Adding a footer div — p. 445

Spans are for inline elements — pp. 446-451

Styling the “a” tag states: unvisited, visited, hover — pp. 452-456

Understanding “pseudo-classes” — pp. 453-456

Predicting the “cascade” in cascading style sheets — pp. 457-464

 

 

Laramie Chamber of Commerce Internship

One of our COJO department graduates, Brittany Perez, works as the marketing director at The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) and she is in the process of looking for two interns.

For more information about an internship possibility with Laramie Chamber Business Alliance, please download this PDF. .

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