Done

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 

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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)

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