Atkins Writes “Go Website, Young Dude, Go Web”
Larry Atkins, Adjunct Professor of Journalism, writes Sept. 7 at the Huffington Post, “If Horace Greeley were giving career advice today, he would probably say something like, ‘Go website, young dude, go web.’
“In today’s changing high-tech job market, young people and college students should be developing their own professional websites and blogs while they are in college and even high school. In addition to theoretical and analytical courses, colleges should teach real-world practical skills such as constructing a website. Schools need to teach students that the Internet is much more than a social networking tool or a way to research papers and projects.” Read more.