The Student Social Media Showcase is an annual event organised by BeL (the Business e-learning research group) at Brighton Business School, University of Brighton. The showcase provides a place for University of Brighton students to show examples of coursework that demonstrate the use or analysis of online social media.
Would you like to enter a video to this year’s competition? It involves either using a short video you prepared for assessment using social media, or simply recording yourself talking about work you have done on or with social media. Be creative, engage us. Click here to find out how to enter: http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/ssms/register/
Final deadline for entering is FRIDAY 16th JUNE
Selected presentations will be on show at The Big Bang – South East 2017. Over 8000 schoolchildren between the ages of 9 and 13 attend the event. The SSMS2017 stand offers them a great chance for young people to speak about their use of social media, their preferences and their purposes for the media. Here are a few pictures of last years event.
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What happened at SSMS2015 – here’s a video summary (6.5 minutes)
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Watch a short clip of Katie Piatt (eLearning Manager, University of Brighton) chatting to Sue Greener (Business eLearning research Group) about using social media at University.
During the preparations for the 2015, university students and recent graduates were invited to submit a multimedia summary of their current academic research on social media in the form of a short video, soundbite, Prezi or any other creative artefact that could be displayed independently in this virtual space.
Find out how to submit a video here.
The Student Social Media Showcase started in 2014, and was co-located with the first European Conference on Social Media, also hosted by BeL at the University of Brighton .
SSMS2014 was a physical event with participants from local schools, students and graduate presenters, scholars attending the conference and a keynote by data visualisation guru Professor Ben Shneiderman.
Find out more about the SSMS2014 event here.
Find out more about the Business eLearning Research Group and the CIMER Research Centre at Brighton Business School