The Teaching Committee of the Public Relations Division aims to arrange programming and record member accomplishments in the four areas of curriculum, leadership, course content and teaching methods, and assessment. The committee distributes communications about teaching initiatives, supports the teaching paper process at the annual conference and encourages members to report other teaching accomplishments.
Top Teaching Papers for 2016
First Place Teaching Paper
I love tweeting in class, but . . . A mixed-method study of student perceptions of the impact of Twitter in large lecture classes
by Jenny Tatone and Alec Tefertiller, Oregon, and Tiffany Gallicano, North Carolina-Charlotte
Second Place Teaching Paper
A dam(n) failure: Exploring interdisciplinary, cross-course group projects on STEM-translation in crisis communication
by Laura Willis, Quinnipiac
Third Place Teaching Paper
The state of social media curriculum: Exploring professional expectations of pedagogy and practices to equip the next generation of professionals
by Carolyn Kim, Biola, and Karen Freberg, Louisville
The division also maintains a list of textbooks by our members on our Pinterest site.