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ENGL226 -Visual, Multimedia, and Social Media Messages

Thread 1: Social Media

As a presenter next week, you have been asked to help promote the conference on social media. Before Thursday midnight, post an initial message that does both of the following:

  1. Provide a social media message appropriate for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or other social media platform. The message should encourage participation in next week's communications conference, specifically your presentation at that conference. Be creative!

  2. Discuss the strategies you used in your social media message by answering the following questions:

· Which social media platform would your posting be most appropriate for (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) and why did you choose that platform for advertising the conference?

· What 2-3 specific strategies discussed in the Week 7 lesson did you use in your posting and why?

· How has a real business used these strategies in one of its social media messages? Share the social media message and discuss how it used those same 2-3 strategies!

Thread 2: Podcasts

As a presenter next week, you have been asked to help promote the conference through the podcast series on your company's website. Before Thursday midnight, post a 2–6-minute podcast about the topic of your Week 8 presentation.

To be courteous to all, including those who may be unable to hear the podcast, the recording must use captions OR a text transcript must be included. (The average speaking time is 100-150 words per minute, so the transcript of a 2–6-minute podcast would be 200-900 words.) For a concise and clear recording, preparing a transcript in advance helps!

Use this podcast as a "rough draft" or overview of the presentation you will create for next week, since that presentation also requires audio.

Thread 3: Blogs

Review the APU Edge blogs specific to Careers and Business. Before Thursday midnight, write a blog posting about the topic of your Week 8 presentation. This posting should be appropriate for publication on APU Edge! (Here is an example: How to Emphasize the Positive in Business Writing.)

Use this blog as a "rough draft" or overview of the presentation you will create for next week. You can even submit your blog for publication to APU Edge, which would be something to add to your résumé!

Thread 4: Visual Aids

The Week 8 presentation requires an original visual aid created by you. This visual might be a pie chart, bar chart, line chart, infographic, flowchart, etc. Before Thursday midnight, post an initial message that does both of the following:

  1. Provide the visual that you created.

  2. Discuss the development of your visual by answering the following questions:

· What source(s), if any, did you use to collect information to be presented in the visual? Why is this information necessary to support the ideas of your presentation? (Cite the visual as explained in Documenting Visuals in the Week 7 lesson.)

· Why does the information need to be presented in a visual form? (For instance, why not just present the idea in text?)

· Why is the type of visual you used appropriate for the content? (For instance, why did you choose a bar chart and not a line chart?)

· What Visual Media and Design strategies did you use in your visual? (For instance, how did you employ Gestalt Theory?)

Any sort of dispute between two or more persons is referred to as interpersonal conflict. It is not the same as an intrapersonal dispute, which is a dispute within oneself. Interpersonal conflict, whether mild or severe, is an inevitable result of human contact. People have a wide range of personalities, beliefs, beliefs, and problem-solving mindsets. Conflict can arise when someone operate or engage with those who do not share your values or aims. However, conflict isn't necessarily fatal. It is not necessarily bad, though (Hutagalung, 2017). Learning to detect and resolve interpersonal conflict in constructive, healthy manner is a valuable skill that may assist anyone have better connections in your daily life.

Avoiding, competing, compromising, accommodating, & partnering are the five conflict resolution tactics. Conflict is an unavoidable component of personal relationships, and it may be emotionally draining. Ignoring or being passive aggressive requires work, and the anger or shame we may experience after yelling at somebody are real unpleasant emotions. Conflict, on the other hand, isn't necessarily bad or counterproductive. Several studies have found that the amount of disagreement in a partnership is less essential than how the dispute is managed. Furthermore, well-managed disagreement has the chance of leading to more lucrative and satisfying relationships.

Conflicts are a major factor in sabotaging employee relationships at work, and they must be managed early on in order to get the most out of people. Individually, organization must always come first, and all other independent interests should be put on the back burner. It really is childish to fight with coworkers about little matters (Hutagalung, 2017). Always act in a professional manner. At business, do not take life too seriously because no one works for themselves. You may not agree with someone else's work ethic, but keep in mind that the company must profit in the end.

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