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Podcast Transcript: 0:00 Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of "Digital Dialogue". I'm your host, Sarah. Today, we'll be diving into the fascinating world of social media, exploring its evolution and how it has fundamentally changed the way we communicate. 0:10 Absolutely, Sarah. It's hard to imagine a time before social media, isn't it? It's become so integral to our daily lives. 0:14 Indeed, Dave. So let's start at the beginning. Social media, in its most basic form, has been around since the dawn of the internet. From the bulletin board systems of the 80s to the emergence of blogging in the 90s. 0:22 And then we saw the rise of platforms like MySpace and Friendster in the early 2000s, which really set the stage for the social media revolution. 0:28 Right, and then came Facebook in 2004, forever changing the landscape of social media. With over 2.8 billion active users today, it's become a behemoth in connecting people and businesses worldwide. 0:34 And let's not forget Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, the list goes on. These platforms have not only changed how we communicate but have also played a significant role in areas like marketing, politics, and activism. 0:40 Absolutely, Dave. In the second half of our podcast, we will be discussing the impact of social media on society and its potential future. 0:46 Sounds intriguing. But before that, let's take a short break. Stay tuned, folks! 0:50 Short music break. 0:54 Welcome back! Let's continue with our discussion on the impact of social media. Dave, why don't you start us off?
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Course Title: Understanding Social Media: History, Impact, and Future Module 1: Introduction to Social Media Lesson 1: What is Social Media? Definition and understanding of social media The evolution and history of social media, from the bulletin board systems of the 80s to the emergence of blogging in the 90s Lesson 2: The Dawn of Social Networking Sites The rise of platforms like MySpace and Friendster in the early 2000s Setting the stage for the social media revolution Lesson 3: The Big Players: Facebook The emergence of Facebook in 2004 The growth and impact of Facebook Lesson 4: Beyond Facebook The rise and influence of platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok How these platforms changed the way we communicate Supplemental Material: Interactive timeline of social media history Module 2: The Impact of Social Media Lesson 5: Social Media in Daily Life The integration of social media into our daily lives Understanding the role of social media in connecting people and businesses worldwide Lesson 6: Social Media and Marketing The role of social media in marketing Case studies of successful marketing campaigns on social media Lesson 7: Social Media in Politics and Activism Exploring how social media has influenced politics and activism Case studies of social media used for political campaigns and activism Supplemental Material: Case Study Analysis Activity Module 3: The Future of Social Media Lesson 8: Predicting Trends Exploring potential future trends in social media Discussion on the evolving role of social media in society Lesson 9: Ethical Considerations and Future Challenges Discussion on the ethical considerations in using social media Potential future challenges for social media platforms Supplemental Material: Discussion Board for Predicting Future Trends Course Format: Each lesson will include a video lecture, a transcription of the lecture, and key takeaways. There will also be quizzes at the end of each lesson to assess students' understanding. The supplemental materials aim to further enrich the learners' understanding and provide practical applications of the concepts discussed. Course Timeline: This course is self-paced. However, for optimal learning, it's recommended to complete one module per week. Evaluation: Evaluation will be based on the completion of quizzes at the end of each lesson and participation in the discussion board for the final module. Please let me know if I should continue or elaborate on any particular aspect.
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