December 5 2012
Fall continuing education video series: Impact of new and social media on college athletic communicationsBelow is eighth video of the Fall 2012 CoSIDA on-demand continuing education series entitled "Impact of New and Social Media on College Athletic Communications."
Each session was video-taped at the 2012 CoSIDA St. Louis Convention and the series is a prominent piece of our fall continuing ed initiatives. Following their launch date, each video is housed on CoSIDA's YouTube video channel for on-demand viewing.
CoSIDA thanks our corporate partner NewTek, CoSIDA's Official Continuing Education Video Production Provider, for the video services provided in St. Louis and for their support of our continuing education program.
Fall 2012 CoSIDA Online Continuing Education Series (on-demand)
Wed. Dec. 5: Impact of New and Social Media on College Athletic Communications (time: 48:30)
Presenters: G. Clayton Stoldt (Chair, Wichita State Sport Management program); Derrick Docket (Missouri Valley Conference); Murray Evans (Oklahoma Christian); Susan Lax (University of Kentucky)
Presenting results from the 2012 survey of CoSIDA members on the usage and impact of social media in college athletic communications. In addition to the key results from the survey being shared, practitioners discuss the implications of the findings. The panelists provided perspectives on what the survey results mean to them in their particular college athletic setting.
Video link here also: http://youtu.be/z6V4ubFudy0
• Full fall 2012 continuing education schedule
• Final video in the series:
Tuesday, Dec. 18: Beyond The Labels - Bias and Stereotypes in Coverage
Presenters: Carol Stiff, ESPN Vice President, Programming & Acquisitions (NCAA, WBB); Laura Gentile, Vice President, espnW; Katie Richman, Director of Social Media Strategy, ESPN; Mechelle Voepel, ESPN.com
Moderator: Chevonne Mansfield, Southeastern Conference
In celebrating the 40th anniversary of Title IX, a look at bias and stereotyping in sports coverage, and a discussion of how to foster respectful personal expression from your athletes and coaches.
Here are the links to the first seven videos in the series:
Serving student-athletes: Are we getting it right?
Social media 2.0: Content Engagement - What your audience wants, what is working and what's trending
Fall continuing education video series: Paperless game notes - servicing the media and public in today's online age
Sourcing - The ever-changing media sources of today
Student-athletes, athletic social media efforts and your institution's digital communications strategies
Discussion of the Capital One Academic All-America® program
Social Media 2.0 - How social media can help you in a crisis