Monthly Archives: November 2016

Comm 374

Behind every piece of successful creative communication is a good strategy. The difference between copywriting / graphic design that fizzles and copywriting / graphic design that goes viral is targeting and planning. Jaw dropping creative does not happen by accident, and I can prove it to you. Sign up now for COMM 374-02 (11551), Principles of Strategic Communication, and I’ll show you how to put the power of real world marketing to work.

My name is Jay Mindeman, and not only am I an instructor here at UND, I also spend a good portion of my time making real world communication materials for real world clients. Everything I do – from copywriting to graphic design, from press conferences to video editing – has a specific target audience in mind and a well- planned goal to guide it. Let me show you how I do it so you can do it, too.

This course is online, but I still provide a lot of one-on-one feedback. Sign up for COMM 374 (11551) today and find out how powerful strategic communication can be.

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Comm 414

If you see your future career in the strategic communication and media industries, or in journalism, then COMM 414 MEDIA LAW AND ETHICS is the course for you! 

This online course is offered by University of North Dakota’s Communication Program as an essential component of the Communication degree.

The instructor, Professor Slavka Antonova, an experienced scholar in Internet Governance studies, will introduce the students to the contemporary legal and regulatory environment for media.

The course covers topics including:

·         How is online privacy legally protected?

·         What is the regulatory regime of protecting intellectual property on the Internet?

·         Are there any legal limitations to the “freedom of speech” online?

·         What is cyber-ethics, and what are the ethical challenges of online communication to media professionals?

·         Along with a number of other provoking questions will be discussed

According to Professor Antonova, “I am particularly satisfied that students, who had taken COMM 414 in previous years, have been successful in applying to law schools around the country. The course provided them with confidence and understanding of the complex legal and regulatory environment of communication professions.”

To enroll in the course, log in to your Campus Connection and search in the Communication courses for Spring 2017 for Comm 414. From there, you can add it to your planner and enroll during your registration dates. The home page of your Campus Connection will let you know when you can enroll in classes.

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