I can’t believe this is my last blog post for PR pubs!
I liked the course format, but I wish the assignments opened on Sunday and were due the next Sunday. I don’t know if you can have school work due on a weekend, but I think that would make the class a bit better.
I didn’t mind the journaling every week, but I felt like sometimes I was being redundant and the assignment was redundant. Sometimes I wish it was just one big lump of blog at the end of the week instead of like 3 small ones, but I know that would be a bit difficult for you to easily grade. I wish there were more pressing questions to answer so I felt like I had a direction to go with.
I didn’t realize I was writing for a public audience, but now I do. I didn’t really think anyone, other than professors, looked at this blog. But, thinking about it, I feel like I’m okay with writing for public audiences. I get that people don’t want to read stuff that’s too formal because in their mind it just sounds like blah blah blah. So I try to keep it fresh.
Honestly, I really enjoyed this class. I took a lot away from it. I know how to use InDesign and Photoshop now and found my love of Canva. I think I’ve realized that I can’t procrastinate and it’s important to keep up with everything throughout the week by making personal deadlines. I also learned that everything in PR and design is so intentional and it’s not an accident that it’s there.
Summary of Learning Project
This is my summary of learning project. It represents the course and my outcomes. I included the PR pubs definition and different assignments throughout the course and what I took away from the class. I am proud of the work I did on Canva and think it turned out nicely.
Peace Out PR Pubs
(I might miss using Canva)