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EN2150 Interpersonal Professional Communication

Library Resources for EN2150 Interpersonal Professional Communication

Social Media

Credible Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and other social media posts of "first-hand" accounts of current happenings, such as political rallies, strikes, protest, and entertainment events may be used as primary sources. These sources are analyzed by you, the writer (Coleman, 2013, p.60). Social media should not be used as expert analyses or interpretations to support your argument. Watch the short video to learn about using social media properly in assignments and papers.  

Sources:

Auraria Library (n.d.). Social media as a primary source. Retrieved from https://guides.auraria.edu/
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Coleman, V. (2013, November/December). Social media as a primary source: A coming of age.
       Educause Review, 48(6), 60-61. Retrieved from
       https://er.educause.edu/articles/2013/12/social-media-as-a-primary-source-a-coming-of-age

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