We have reached the final lap of MANG2049, and I would like to thank everyone for the kind attention all these while. I am going to miss the daily hangouts with the teachers and my peers. To begin, I did a comparison to show my level of digital literacy before the start and at the… Continue reading Final Thoughts…
After reading several posts of my peers, we can all acknowledge that there are many advantages & disadvantages to content producers allowing free access to their works online. Like my post, Norman’s post addressed plagiarism. To this, Jeremiah suggested (in his comment on my post) that the distinction between plagiarism and inspiration should be defined… Continue reading Is Free Access Really Workable?
The Internet has fundamentally changed the way we live, work and communicate, and has had a profound impact on many industries. Digitization have opened up myriad possibilities for the creative industry, and enabled people to create and distribute their own content. It has also developed issues for the creative industry which becomes challenging for them.… Continue reading Plagiarism In The Creative Industry
It was a rather insightful read of the various issues mentioned by my peers. This topic is really helpful for us as future marketers as it guides us on our online behaviours and future marketing campaigns. Some issues mentioned allowed me to expand my topic on ‘Respect’ into wider aspects. One of them is Maureen’s… Continue reading Reflective Summary: The Issue of “Respect”
According to BBC (2014), “ethics are a system of moral principles and a branch of philosophy which defines what is good for individuals and society.” They affect how people make decisions and lead their lives. In social media, the right ethic is knowing how to leverage social media appropriately and engage people in the right… Continue reading The Issue of “Respect”
This topic has been a rather challenging one for me, anyone felt the same way as me? Thus, I was looking forward to reading my peers’ blog posts to see their different views on it. What Vivian mentioned in her post really caught my eye, and that is staying active on our social platforms. In… Continue reading Reflective Summary: Can We Be 100% Authentic?
Socrates once said, “To find yourself, think for yourself.” This quote encourages people to embrace who they are and build up on it. Trying to be someone you are not is not only exhausting, and it will not be effective if it isn’t perceived as true (Kanter, 2015). Likewise, it can be applied to developing an authentic… Continue reading Developing an Authentic Online Professional Profile